07-21-2016 07:28 AM
options pagesize=60 linesize=80 pageno=1 nodate; /*libname mylib '/folders/myfolders/sasuser.v94/File -Debug.xlsx'; */ libname mylib "/folders/myfolders/My office.sas"; data mylib.office; infile '/folders/myfolders/My office.sas'; run; proc print data= mylib.office; title 'my office details' run;
07-21-2016 07:56 AM
libname mylib "/folders/myfolders/My office.sas";
can never work. A SAS library (in a UNIX environment, which you have with SAS University Edition) must always be a directory, not a file.
libname mylib "/folders/myfolders";
As a further hint, avoid filenames with blanks. A blank is the natural separator of objects and should be used to identify separate files, but not as part of a file (or directory) name.
It is of course possible to use it, but an underline is much easier instead.
07-23-2016 03:26 AM
Your code should look something like the following assuming you have a SAS dataset called office in the folder myfolders.
libname mylib "/folders/myfolders/";
proc print data= mylib.office;
title 'my office details'