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Barite | Level 11

Hi,

 

The ID= option seems to work with ODS PDF but not with ODS LISTING.

Did I miss something?

 

Works fine

ods pdf (id=v1) file="&xxtest./demo1.pdf";
ods pdf (id=v2) file="&xxtest./demo2.pdf";

proc print data=sashelp.class;
run;

ods pdf (id=v1)  close;
ods pdf (id=v2)  close;

Does not work

ods listing (id=v1) file="&xxtest./demo1.lst";
ods listing (id=v2) file="&xxtest./demo2.lst";

proc print data=sashelp.class;
run;

ods listing (id=v1)  close;
ods listing (id=v2)  close;

Context: I'm creating a .sas and a .ps1 using ods listing

The first one is just to check my syntax as it is can be one directly from SAS studio. The second one is for further use.

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