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jlclark
Calcite | Level 5

I am working on some table programs where I need to test several efficacy proc mixed models to see if they converge before deciding on the model to use.

For the testing portion of my code I need to turn off the log so that I do not get a warning about the model not converging.

I found some code that will do this when I run the program interactively (see below):

filename junk dummy;

proc printto log=junk;

run;

.--

<Your PROC codes>

...

proc printto;

run;

 

However when I run the program in batch mode on our unix system – the warning still shows up in the log.

Is there a way to shut off the log for a portion of my code that will work in batch mode?

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SuryaKiran
Meteorite | Level 14

You can only suppress information in SAS log using ERRORS=, NONOTES, NOSOURCE. There is no option in SAS that turns off all warning messages.  

Thanks,
Suryakiran
Shmuel
Garnet | Level 18

There are some more system options like:

MSGLEVEL  DKRICOND  VNFERR

 

Better look at the documentation of those options.

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