Sorry, I'm not sure which location I'm supposed to select, but I'm taking the LinkedIn Learning course "SAS 9.4 Cert Prep."
I tried following the instructions associated with the exercise files, but I use the license that my work provided (SAS EG 7.1), not OnDemand for Academics (or, whatever it's called). I can't seem to make the "pg1createdata" file work. Creating a "libname" statement for PG1 seems to be more effective, but the data isn't sorted the way the demo shows in the class (specifically "Part 03: Exploring and Validating Data"). If I use a "by <descending> statement" to sort by "Name" in alphabetical order under "proc print", then it stops at the first one with a missing value for "Name". I don't know how to make it continue to the rest of the blanks let alone to A - Z.
Yes, here's the error when I run it without changing anything. There's a different error when I change the path to whatever folder the data from the lessons are located. I can post that too.
And, yes, there's a forum for this course on LinkedIn Learning. Someone actually already asked the question on how to get the PG1 library about a month ago, but there isn't any responses there. I commented to see if they were able to figure it out anyway, but I haven't heard back yet.
I have a folder "My SAS Files" which I don't remember where it came from (definitely before I started the LinkedIn Learning course), but it seems to have the datasets that will be used in the courses. I'm uploading the instructions. They mention signing up for a free SAS OnDemand for Academics account, but I get SAS 9.4 and SAS EG 7.1 through my work. I think we also have SAS Studio 3.71, but I can't get it to load for some reason (perpetually initializing).
My SAS support team at work helped me get SAS Studio, but I still got the same error as I shared previously. I wonder if it's because I changed the location of "My SAS Files". I don't remember where it was located originally. In trying to see if there was a way to put it back where it was originally, I ended up deleting it permanently. Is there a way to find those files online? I don't even remember how I got them in the first place.
No, it has nothing to do with "My SAS Files".
1. Is the server windows or Linux?
2. Does your company allow full access to the internet via http?
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