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Appending to the log in SAS Studio

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We have previously switched from Base SAS to SAS Studio.  In Base SAS, each time you ran code the results would append to previously ran results in the log.  Is there a way to do this in SAS Studio as well?

 

 


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‎12-04-2015 03:50 PM
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Re: Appending to the log in SAS Studio

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The default mode of execution is that each submission is separate.  You don't have to recall your program to edit it, the log & results are always from the last submission, and since each submission is separate, you don't get "bleed over" code between sessions (like if you forget to close a quote, it doesn't mess up the next submission).  If you prefer the way SAS Display Manager (SAS Windowing Environment or "PC SAS") executed, then give interactive mode a try.  It's a button on your tool bar and once you are in interactive mode, then your log should be additive.  There are lots of other differences, so please see Working in Interactive Mode in the SAS Studio User's Guide for more info.

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Re: Appending to the log in SAS Studio

Hi

 

I am not aware of a way to do exactly what you want.

 

However SAS Studio keeps track of the execution of each program, see the screen shot in the attachment. With this you can see the code, the log and result of previous runs.

 

Bruno

 

 

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‎12-04-2015 03:50 PM
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Posts: 145

Re: Appending to the log in SAS Studio

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The default mode of execution is that each submission is separate.  You don't have to recall your program to edit it, the log & results are always from the last submission, and since each submission is separate, you don't get "bleed over" code between sessions (like if you forget to close a quote, it doesn't mess up the next submission).  If you prefer the way SAS Display Manager (SAS Windowing Environment or "PC SAS") executed, then give interactive mode a try.  It's a button on your tool bar and once you are in interactive mode, then your log should be additive.  There are lots of other differences, so please see Working in Interactive Mode in the SAS Studio User's Guide for more info.

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