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SAS Studio

I instaleld SAS Studio today running under Virtual Box on my MAC.  I configured the shared folder as instructed.  When I enter a simple SAS program I can run it successfully (according to messages from the data and PROC steps).  However, I get a message "An unknown error occurred while processing your request. Contact your system administrator to resolve. You may need to reset your SAS session to continue working.".  The Results tab has no results.

 

Can anyone suggest what's up?


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‎01-22-2016 09:43 PM
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Re: SAS Studio

Fixed my own problem.

 

The old sample program I had included an ENDSAS; statement.  I removed the statement - and all was well.

 

Odd situation to me.

 

Regards - Andy

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Re: SAS Studio

This issue have been posted on the community different times.

The general advice is to make sure you downloaded the latest version on SAS website as many bugs are being fixed regularly. Before if you like to do update first and see if your issue is fixed.

 

After or before that you better report to support@sas.com your issue and they will guide you.

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‎01-22-2016 09:43 PM
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Re: SAS Studio

Fixed my own problem.

 

The old sample program I had included an ENDSAS; statement.  I removed the statement - and all was well.

 

Odd situation to me.

 

Regards - Andy

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Re: SAS Studio

It's pretty buried in the doc, both on the University Edition FAQ (the limitations entry ) and the SAS Studio User's Guide, but here's the blurb:

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Because you are working in a server environment, do not include the ENDSAS statement in your SAS programs. If you run a program that contains ENDSAS, you need to reset your SAS session.

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Even though University Edition seems to be running locally, you're really talking to a SAS server in the vApp.

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