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Phil_NZ
Barite | Level 11

Hi all,

 

Normally when I face this error from SAS EG, I normally turn off SAS EG then turn on again.

Error: Integration technologies failed to retrieve the log. [Error] Request failed due to an exception.

From my nice understanding, it is just the log problem itself, I am wondering is there anyway to deal with this problem rather than close and open the SAS EG again (because when I turn off SAS EG and open it again, this error disappears)?

 

Warm regards.

Thank you for your help, have a fabulous and productive day! I am a novice today, but someday when I accumulate enough knowledge, I can help others in my capacity.
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ChrisNZ
Tourmaline | Level 20

I've never seen this.

It should never happen.

Your best bet is tech support.

Garnett
Obsidian | Level 7

I get this message while running SAS EG. No subsequent action is possible until SAS restarts. Other program files work as expected.

SASKiwi
Opal | Level 21

Are you wanting to fix this problem or are you just commenting on the original post?

Garnett
Obsidian | Level 7

This solution from Bill at SAS Tech Support fixed the issue:

 

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For this one program, add  PROC PRINTTO  code to write the log to disk to see if that avoids the issue for this particular case.

 

Example code:

 

proc printto  log=" within quotes specify the directory and filename to write the log to disk on the SAS server";

run;

 

Your proc iml code goes next...

 

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