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aloou
Obsidian | Level 7

Hello,

i would like to create a table using proc fedsql but i can not find how.

same like this procedure

proc sql;

create table casuser.x like biblio.y;

quit;

 

thank you

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SASJedi
SAS Super FREQ

The code you proposed would create a new table but without any rows. Consider:

proc sql;
create table work.cars like sashelp.cars;
quit;

A peek at the WORK library will reveal a table named cars, but there are no data rows in the table - just the table structure.

To make a COPY of the table, including some of the data from the original table:

proc sql;
create table cars as
select * from sashelp.cars where Make='Audi';
quit;

Now a peek at the WORK library will reveal a table named cars with all of the columns from the original table, but only rows where the Make is Audi.

 

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