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Ronein
Meteorite | Level 14

Hello

I run a SAS program and I get a message 

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My questions-

1- Is there any effect on the run results? May it cause any problem?

2-What activities should  I do to prevent this message? Should I delete data sets that were created (Data sets that are not part of the final data sets that I need)

 

 

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Kurt_Bremser
Super User

There is a (IIRC configurable) limit in EG which limits the length of the list of created datasets.

Datasets which are therefore not visible in this list must be searched for manually in the library/libraries, that's all.

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Kurt_Bremser
Super User

There is a (IIRC configurable) limit in EG which limits the length of the list of created datasets.

Datasets which are therefore not visible in this list must be searched for manually in the library/libraries, that's all.

Ronein
Meteorite | Level 14

Thanks, Might it happen that the final required data set will not be created well due to this message?

Quentin
Super User

@Ronein wrote:

Thanks, Might it happen that the final required data set will not be created well due to this message?


Nope, this message is just about which datasets are displayed, visually, in your flow.  I actually set the limit to 0, because I don't like to see datasets added at all.  It doesn't impact the SAS code or actual datasets created at all.

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Ronein
Meteorite | Level 14

ow do you set the limits to zero?

Quentin
Super User

There is a setting under options.  It moves around a bit in different version.  I have 8.2, and it's under Project and Process Flows:

 

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