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srisai
Calcite | Level 5
Hi All,

Please help me out if anyone came across the below error in web report studio.

ERROR: More types of class variable combinations have been requested than can be reasonably handled. Please use the TYPES or WAYS

Thanks,
sri
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Cynthia_sas
SAS Super FREQ
Hi:
Searching support.sas.com for that particular error message results in this hit, which seems especially relevant:
http://support.sas.com/kb/32/412.html

cynthia
srisai
Calcite | Level 5
HI,

Thanks for the response.But this hotfix is for version 3.1.
Currently am using 4.2 version. Is there any solution for this vesrion?
Please advice.

Thanks,
Sri
AngelaHall
SAS Employee
This is for a cross-tabular report element?

You should open a ticket with TS to get information on a 4.2 hotfix. Essentially, the hotfix will add the 'NWAY' option to the PROC SUMMARY code that runs in the background.

Another option is to use SAS Stored Process output that uses the PROC SUMMARY NWAY code.

~ Angela
srisai
Calcite | Level 5
Hi,

Yes, this is a cross tabular report and thanks for teh information.

Thanks,
Sri

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