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SreedharDhekonda
Calcite | Level 5

Hi,

I am trying to use STORE statement in PROC GLMSELECT. But I am facing below issue during execution of the step.

14       STORE OUT=INPUT.PROJSTORE;

         -----

         1

WARNING 1-322: Assuming the symbol SCORE was misspelled as STORE.

Please help me in resolving this issue. I am also pasting the code of PROC GLMSELECT I used below for reference.

%LET VAR6 = Disbursement_Amount OD_Days Total_Outstanding_Amount;

%LET VAR7= STATE PROD_CODE;

ODS GRAPHICS ON;

PROC GLMSELECT DATA=INPUT.PROJECT9

    PLOTS=ALL;

CLASS &VAR7 / PARAM=GLM REF=FIRST;

MODEL Total_Od_Amt=&VAR7 &VAR6 / SELECTION=BACKWARD

         SELECT=SBC

         CHOOSE=VALIDATE;

PARTITION FRACTION(TEST=0.25 VALIDATE=0.25);

STORE OUT=INPUT.PROJSTORE;

OUTPUT OUT=INPUT.PROJSTOR2;

RUN;

ODS GRAPHICS OFF;

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lvm
Rhodochrosite | Level 12 lvm
Rhodochrosite | Level 12

What version of sas are you using? STORE was not available in the earliest versions of GLMSELECT.

SreedharDhekonda
Calcite | Level 5

I am using SAS 9.2 version.

lvm
Rhodochrosite | Level 12 lvm
Rhodochrosite | Level 12

I think the STORE statement was only added in9.3 for the GLMSELECT procedure.

SreedharDhekonda
Calcite | Level 5

Thank you very much Ivm. In that case I will try to find out alternative to store and produce code.

SreedharDhekonda
Calcite | Level 5

and one more thing can you also help me how to prepare a code in SAS 9.2 version ?

jules_s
Calcite | Level 5

Hey I know this is a really old post but I just wanted to suggest trying the CODE statement, which writes a model out to a file.

Here's a link to documentation on the CODE statement. 

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