I have a report with everything formatted, and I need to update some cell values on a regular basis. Updates were made using PROC SQL, is there a way to let SAS automatically update the cell values after running PROC SQL?
For instance, the cells that need to be updated each time are: A32, A43, A60. Let's say the excel file name is called test.xlsx. Below is a snippet of the PROC SQL code I am running to update those cells:
proc sql; select count(distinct uci_0) format comma10.0 as caseload, sum(claim) format dollar12.0 as pos from pos&fy. (where=(uci_0 ne . & svscd in ("950", "952") or (include=1 & totind ne . & uci_0 ne .))); quit;
Don't even try to do that.
Either write the whole report using SAS.
Or export the data that updates to a data sheet (where formatting is of no importance) and use Excel's ability to reference values from other sheets to make the report look like you want.
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