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making permanent datasets in SAS University Studio

Hi there,

 

I would like to make a permanent file of the work files that I have, in SAS UNIVERSITY STUDIO.

 

Previously in SAS 9.4 and enterprise, we can use libname statement, in SAS university, the folder disappears and no permanent folder is saved in the machine. (my own computer /myfolders).

 

 Also in SAS 9.4 and enterprise we can access the databases using ctrl.b and we can COPY AND PASTE the files we want. This is not available in SAS studio??

 

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‎12-02-2016 03:44 PM
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Re: making permanent datasets in SAS University Studio

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This is the same as BASE SAS and/or EG.


If you create a library and don't add it to the autoexec or make it permanent then each time you restart SAS the library 'disappears'. To make a library permanent create the library via the GUI interface and check make this permanent or add it to the autoexec. 

The files in the library never disappear, unless you delete the folder. 

 

 

delete sas permanent library.JPG

 

delete autoexec.jpg

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‎12-02-2016 03:44 PM
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Posts: 17,352

Re: making permanent datasets in SAS University Studio

[ Edited ]

This is the same as BASE SAS and/or EG.


If you create a library and don't add it to the autoexec or make it permanent then each time you restart SAS the library 'disappears'. To make a library permanent create the library via the GUI interface and check make this permanent or add it to the autoexec. 

The files in the library never disappear, unless you delete the folder. 

 

 

delete sas permanent library.JPG

 

delete autoexec.jpg

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