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dcortell
Pyrite | Level 9

Hi experts

 

All of a sudden I’m starting to get the following error below about sgpanel

 

Any idea about the root cause?

 

Bests

 

 

MPRINT(SOURCED):   proc sgpanel data=tr_test (where=(lowcase(opportunity_type) contains "software" or lowcase(opportunity_type)

contains "managed"));

MPRINT(SOURCED):   panelby countryname opportunity_type;

MPRINT(SOURCED):   vbar class / response=col1 group=_name_ stat=sum nostatlabel groupdisplay=cluster;

MPRINT(SOURCED):   run;



NOTE: Since no format is assigned, the numeric category variable will use the default of BEST6.

NOTE: Compressing data set WORK._SGSORT_ increased size by 100.00 percent.

      Compressed is 2 pages; un-compressed would require 1 pages.

NOTE: Compressing data set WORK._OPNTMP000000000000000000000 increased size by 100.00 percent.

      Compressed is 2 pages; un-compressed would require 1 pages.



ERROR:  An exception has been encountered.

Please contact technical support and provide them with the following traceback information:



The SAS task name is [SGPANEL ]

Segmentation Violation
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dcortell
Pyrite | Level 9

I discovered the error being associated to the variable length utilized, which was changed in the mart with a huge format of $480.

 

I re-formatted the var to $30. and the error is not showing anymore

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dcortell
Pyrite | Level 9

I discovered the error being associated to the variable length utilized, which was changed in the mart with a huge format of $480.

 

I re-formatted the var to $30. and the error is not showing anymore

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