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Macro code for exporting data from Library to an excel file

Started ‎09-01-2014 by
Modified ‎10-05-2015 by
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Hi all,

 

I thought of writing a macro code which can export all the datasets from a library into an excel file.

Here is the code that does the task well.

 

 

/* Define macro for export */

%macro autoexp(File, libnm);

%let libval=%upcase(&libnm);

proc sql;

create table tables as

select

libname, memname from

dictionary.tables

where libname="&libval" & memtype="DATA";   * Use double quote only in macros  ;

Quit;

 

data tab;

set tables;

dnm=trim(libname)|| '.' || trim(memname);

run;

 

proc sql noprint;

select dnm into :dnams separated by '*' from tab;

quit;

 

/* Export from datasets one by one into the excel file */

%let i=1;

%let dns= %scan(&dnams, &i, %str(*) );

%do %while (&dns ne  );

%let sh=%scan(&dns,2);

proc export data=&dns outfile="&file" dbms=excel replace;

sheet="&sh";

run;

%let i=%eval(&i+1);

%let dns= %scan(&dnams, &i, %str(*) );

%end;

%mend autoexp;

 

 

/*  Calling  */

%autoexp(d:\sas output\mass export.xls , syst);

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