System Options Syntax Sorted Alphabetically


A B C D E F G H I J L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y

Name
Syntax and Description
-ACCESSIBILITY STANDARD | EXTENDED
Enables the accessibility features on the Customize Tools dialog box.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
ALQMULT=n
Specifies the number of pages that are preallocated to a file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
–ALTLOG file-specification | –NOALTLOG
Specifies the destination for the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-ALTLOG destination -NOALTLOG
Specifies a destination for a copy of the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
ALTLOG=< file-specification > NOALTLOG
Specifies a destination for a copy of the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
ALTLOG=file-specification NOALTLOG
Specifies a destination for a copy of the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
-ALTPRINT file-specification | -NOALTPRINT
Specifies the destination for the output files from SAS procedures.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-ALTPRINT file-specification -NOALTPRINT
Specifies the destination for the copies of the output files from SAS procedures.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
ALTPRINT=< file-specification > NOALTPRINT
Specifies the destination for the copies of the output files from SAS procedures.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
ALTPRINT=file-specification NOALTPRINT
Specifies the destination for the copies of the output files from SAS procedures.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
-APPEND system-option new-option-value
Used when SAS starts; appends the specified value to the existing value at the end of the specified system option.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-APPEND system-option argument
Used when SAS starts, appends the specified value at the end of the specified system option.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
APPEND=(system-option=new-option-value)
Used when SAS starts, appends the specified value to the existing value at the end of the specified system option.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
APPEND=(system-option-1=argument-1 system-option-n=argument-n)
Appends a value to the existing value of the specified system option.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
APPLETLOC=base-URL
Specifies the location of Java applets.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
APPLETLOC=base-URL
Specifies the location of Java applets.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
ARMAGENT= module
Specifies another vendor's ARM agent, which is an executable module or keyword (such as, LOG4SAS), that contains a specific implementation of the ARM API.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Interface to Application Response Measurement (ARM): Reference
ARMAGENT=module
Specifies another vendor's ARM agent, which is an executable module that contains a vendor's implementation of the ARM API.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
ARMLOC= fileref | filename
Specifies the location of the ARM log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Interface to Application Response Measurement (ARM): Reference
ARMSUBSYS=(ARM_NONE | ARM_ALL | subsystem1 < item1 < item2 <...> > > <, subsystem2 < item1 < item2 <...> > > > <OFF> )
Specifies whether to initialize the ARM subsystems, which determine the internal SAS processing transactions to be monitored.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Interface to Application Response Measurement (ARM): Reference
ASYNCHIO | NOASYNCHIO
Specifies whether asynchronous I/O is enabled.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
AUTHPROVIDERDOMAIN <provider: domain> AUTHPROVIDERDOMAIN <(provider-1: domain-1<, ...provider: domain-n>)>
Associates a domain suffix with an authentication provider.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
AUTHPROVIDERDOMAIN provider : domain AUTHPROVIDERDOMAIN (provider–1 : domain–1 <, …provider-n : domain-n > )
Associates a domain suffix with an authentication provider.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-AUTHSERVER <“ ”| `domain-name' | `.'> AUTHSERVER <“ ” | `domain-name' | `.'>
Specifies the authentication domain server to search for secure server logins.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
-AUTOEXEC file-specification | -NOAUTOEXEC
Specifies the SAS autoexec file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-AUTOEXEC file-specification -NOAUTOEXEC
Specifies the SAS autoexec file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
AUTOEXEC=file-specification | NOAUTOEXEC
Specifies the SAS autoexec file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
AUTOEXEC=file-specification NOAUTOEXEC
Specifies the SAS autoexec file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
-AUTOSAVELOC fileref | pathname AUTOSAVELOC= fileref | pathname
Specifies the location of the Program Editor autosave file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
AUTOSAVELOC= fileref | “pathname”
Specifies the location of the Program Editor autosave file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
AUTOSAVELOC=location
Specifies the location of the Program Editor autosave file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
AUTOSIGNON | NOAUTOSIGNON
Automatically signs on the client session to the server session, establishing a client/server connection when a connection does not already exist.
Product: SAS/CONNECT
Document: SAS/CONNECT User's Guide
-AWSCONTROL <TITLE | NOTITLE> <SYSTEMMENU | NOSYSTEMMENU > <MINMAX | NOMINMAX> AWSCONTROL= <TITLE | NOTITLE> <SYSTEMMENU | NOSYSTEMMENU > <MINMAX | NOMINMAX>
Specifies whether the main SAS window includes a title bar, a system/control menu, and minimize/maximize buttons.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
-AWSDEF row-percent-position column-percent-position height-percent width-percent AWSDEF=row-percent-position column-percent-position height-percent width-percent
Specifies the location and dimensions of the main SAS window when SAS initializes.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
-AWSMENU | -NOAWSMENU AWSMENU | NOAWSMENU
Specifies whether to display the menu bar in the main SAS window.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
-AWSMENUMERGE | -NOAWSMENUMERGE AWSMENUMERGE | NOAWSMENUMERGE
Specifies whether to embed menu items that are specific to Windows in the main menus.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
-AWSTITLEtitle-text
Replaces the default text in the main SAS title bar.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
BINDING=DEFAULTEDGE | LONGEDGE | SHORTEDGE
Specifies the binding edge for duplexed printed output.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
BLKALLOC | NOBLKALLOC
Causes SAS to set LRECL and BLKSIZE values for a SAS library when it is allocated rather than when it is first accessed.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
BLKSIZE=n | nK | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the default block size for SAS libraries.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
BMPREAD=N | Y
Specifies whether a SAS IMS program accessing databases is restricted to get calls within a BMP region.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to IMS: Reference
BOMFILE | NOBOMFILE
Specifies whether to write the byte order mark (BOM) prefix on Unicode-encoded external files.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS National Language Support: Reference Guide
BOTTOMMARGIN= margin-size<margin-unit>
Specifies the size of the margin at the bottom of a printed page.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-BUFNO n | nK | nM| nG | hexX | MIN | MAX BUFNO=n | nK | nM| nG| hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the number of buffers to be allocated for processing a SAS data set.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-BUFNO n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX BUFNO= n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the number of buffers to be allocated for processing SAS data sets.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
BUFNO= n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the number of buffers to be allocated for processing SAS data sets.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
BUFNO= n | nK | nM | nG | nT | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the number of buffers to be allocated for processing SAS data sets.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-BUFSIZE n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MAX BUFSIZE=n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MAX
Specifies the size of a permanent buffer page for an output SAS data set.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-BUFSIZE n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MAX BUFSIZE=n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MAX
Specifies the permanent buffer page size for output SAS data sets.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
BUFSIZE= n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MAX
Specifies the permanent buffer page size for processing output SAS data sets.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
BUFSIZE= n| nK | nM | nG | nT |hexX | MAX
Specifies the permanent buffer page size for output SAS data sets.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
BYERR | NOBYERR
Specifies whether SAS produces errors when the SORT procedure attempts to process a _NULL_ data set.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
BYLINE | NOBYLINE
Specifies whether to print BY lines above each BY group.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
BYSORTED | NOBYSORTED
Specifies whether observations in one or more data sets are sorted in alphabetic or numeric order or are grouped in another logical order.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
CACHENUM= n
Specifies the number of caches used per SAS file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
CACHESIZE= n | nK | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the size of cache that is used for each open SAS file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
CAPS | NOCAPS
Specifies whether to convert certain types of input to uppercase.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
CAPSOUT | NOCAPSOUT
Specifies that all output is to be converted to uppercase.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
CARDIMAGE | NOCARDIMAGE
Processes SAS source and data lines as 80-byte records.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
CARDIMAGE | NOCARDIMAGE
Specifies whether SAS processes source and data lines as 80-byte cards.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-CATCACHE n | nK | MIN | MAX
Specifies the number of SAS catalogs to keep open.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-CATCACHE n | nK | MIN | MAX
Specifies the number of SAS catalogs to keep open.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
CATCACHE=n | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the number of SAS catalogs to keep open.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
CATCACHE= n | nK | MIN | MAX
Specifies the number of SAS catalogs to keep open.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
CATCACHE= n | hexX | MIN | MAX |
Specifies the number of SAS catalogs to keep open in cache memory.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
CBUFNO= n| nK | nM | nG | nT | hexX |MIN | MAX
Specifies the number of extra page buffers to allocate for each open SAS catalog.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
CC=CR | FORTRAN | PRINT
Tells SAS what type of carriage control to use when it writes to external files.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
CENTER | NOCENTER
Specifies whether to center or left align SAS procedure output.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
CGOPTIMIZE=0 | 1 | 2 | 3
Specifies the level of optimization to perform during code compilation.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
CHARCODE | NOCHARCODE
Specifies whether specific keyboard combinations are substituted for special characters that are not on the keyboard.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
CHARTYPE=cell-size | screen-size
Specifies a character set or screen size to use for a device.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
-CLEANUP | -NOCLEANUP CLEANUP | NOCLEANUP
Specifies how to handle out-of-resource conditions.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
CLEANUP | NOCLEANUP
Specifies how to handle an out-of-resource condition.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
-CLEANUP | -NOCLEANUP CLEANUP | NOCLEANUP
Specifies how to handle an out-of-resource condition.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
CLEANUP | NOCLEANUP
For an out-of-resource condition, specifies whether to perform an automatic cleanup or a user-specified cleanup.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
CLIST | NOCLIST
Specifies that SAS obtains its input from a CLIST.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
CMDMAC | NOCMDMAC
Controls command-style macro invocation.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Macro Language: Reference
CMPLIB= libref.data-set | (libref.data-set-1libref.data-set-n) | (libref.data-set-nlibref.data-set-m)
Specifies one or more SAS data sets that contain compiler subroutines to include during program compilation.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
CMPMODEL=BOTH | CATALOG | XML
Specifies the output model type for the MODEL procedure.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
CMPOPT= optimization-value | (optimization-value-1 ... optimization-value-n) | “optimization-value–1 ... optimization-value-n”| ALL | NONE NOCMPOPT
Specifies the type of code generation optimizations to use in the SAS language compiler.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
COLLATE | NOCOLLATE
Specifies whether to collate multiple copies of printed output.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
COLORPRINTING | NOCOLORPRINTING
Specifies whether to print in color if color printing is supported.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
COMAMID=access-method-ID
Identifies the communications access method for connecting a client and a server across a network.
Product: SAS/CONNECT
Document: SAS/CONNECT User's Guide
COMAMID=access-method-ID
Identifies the communications access method to connect a SAS/SHARE client and server SAS session.
Product: SAS/SHARE
Document: SAS/SHARE User's Guide
COMAUX1=name
Specifies the first alternate communication access method.
Product: SAS/SHARE
Document: SAS/SHARE User's Guide
-COMDEF TOP | CENTER | BOTTOM <LEFT | CENTER | RIGHT>
Specifies the location where the SAS Command window is displayed.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
COMPRESS= NO | YES | CHAR | BINARY
Specifies to compress SPD Engine data sets on disk as they are being created.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Scalable Performance Data Engine: Reference
COMPRESS=NO | YES | CHAR | BINARY
Specifies the type of compression of observations to use for output SAS data sets.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-CONFIG file-specification | –NOCONFIG
Specifies the configuration file that is used when initializing or overriding the values of SAS system options.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-CONFIG file-specification
Specifies the configuration file that is used when initializing or overriding the values of SAS system options.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
CONFIG=file-specification
Specifies the configuration file that is used when initializing or overriding the values of SAS system options.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
CONFIG= file-specification | NOCONFIG
Specifies the configuration file that is used when initializing or overriding the values of SAS system options.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
CONNECTPERSIST | NOCONNECTPERSIST
Specifies whether a connection between a client and a server persists (continues) after the RSUBMIT has completed.
Product: SAS/CONNECT
Document: SAS/CONNECT User's Guide
CONNECTREMOTE=server-ID
Identifies the server session that a SAS/CONNECT client connects to.
Product: SAS/CONNECT
Document: SAS/CONNECT User's Guide
CONNECTSTATUS | NOCONNECTSTATUS
Specifies the default setting for the display of the Transfer Status window.
Product: SAS/CONNECT
Document: SAS/CONNECT User's Guide
CONNECTWAIT | NOCONNECTWAIT
Specifies whether remote submits are executed synchronously or asynchronously.
Product: SAS/CONNECT
Document: SAS/CONNECT User's Guide
COPIES= n
Specifies the number of copies to print.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
CPUCOUNT= 1 - 1024 | ACTUAL
Specifies the number of processors that the thread-enabled applications should assume will be available for concurrent processing.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
CPUID | NOCPUID
Specifies whether the CPU identification number is written to the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
DATASTMTCHK=COREKEYWORDS | ALLKEYWORDS | NONE
Specifies which SAS statement keywords are prohibited from being specified as a one-level DATA step name to protect against overwriting an input data set.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
DATE | NODATE
Specifies whether to print the date and time that a SAS program started.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
DATESTYLE= MDY | MYD | YMD | YDM | DMY | DYM | LOCALE
Specifies the sequence of month, day, and year when ANYDTDTE, ANYDTDTM, or ANYDTTME informat data is ambiguous.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
DB2CATALOG= SYSIBM | catalog-owner
Overrides the default owner of the DB2 catalog tables.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS for Relational Databases: Reference
-DBCS | -NODBCS (UNIX and Windows) DBCS | NODBCS (z/OS)
Recognizes double-byte character sets (DBCS).
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS National Language Support: Reference Guide
-DBCSLANG language (UNIX and Windows) DBCSLANG = language (z/OS)
Specifies a double-byte character set (DBCS) language.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS National Language Support: Reference Guide
-DBCSTYPE encoding-method (UNIX and Windows) DBCSTYPE = encoding-method (z/OS)
Specifies the encoding method to use for a double-byte character set (DBCS).
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS National Language Support: Reference Guide
DBIDIRECTEXEC | NODBIDIRECTEXEC
Lets the Pass-Through Facility optimize handling of SQL Statements by passing them directly to the databases for execution.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS for Relational Databases: Reference
DBSRVTP= 'ALL' | 'NONE' | '(engine-name(s))'
Specifies whether SAS/ACCESS engines holds or blocks the originating client while making performance-critical calls to the database.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS for Relational Databases: Reference
DEFLATION=n | MIN | MAX
Specifies the level of compression for device drivers that support the Deflate compression algorithm.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
DEQMULT= n
Specifies the number of pages to extend a file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
DETACH | NODETACH
Specifies that the asynchronous host command uses a detached process.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
DETAILS | NODETAILS
Specifies whether to include additional information when files are listed in a SAS library.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-DEVICE device-driver-name DEVICE=device-driver-name
Specifies a device driver for graphics output for SAS/GRAPH software.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-DEVICE device-driver-name DEVICE=device-driver-name
Specifies a device driver for graphics output for SAS/GRAPH software.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
DEVICE=device-driver-name
Specifies a device driver for graphics output for SAS/GRAPH software.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
DEVICE= device-driver-name
Specifies a device driver for graphics output for SAS/GRAPH software.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
DEVICE= device-driver-specification
Specifies the device driver to which SAS/GRAPH sends procedure output.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
DFLANG='language'
Specifies the language for international date informats and formats.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS National Language Support: Reference Guide
DKRICOND=ERROR | WARN | WARNING | NOWARN | NOWARNING
Specifies the level of error detection to report when a variable is missing from an input data set during the processing of a DROP=, KEEP=, or RENAME= data set option.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
DKROCOND=ERROR | WARN | WARNING | NOWARN | NOWARNING
Specifies the level of error detection to report when a variable is missing for an output data set during the processing of a DROP=, KEEP=, or RENAME= data set option.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
DLDISPCHG= AUTO | BYREQUEST | COMPAT91 | NONE
Controls changes in allocation disposition for an existing library data set.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
DLDMGACTION=FAIL | ABORT | REPAIR | NOINDEX | PROMPT
Specifies the type of action to take when a SAS data set or a SAS catalog is detected as damaged.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
DLDSNTYPE= BASIC | LARGE | NONE
Specifies the default value of the DSNTYPE LIBNAME option for direct access bound libraries in DSORG=PS data sets.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
DLEXCPCOUNT | NODLEXCPCOUNT
Reports number of EXCPs to direct access bound SAS libraries.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
DLHFSDIRCREATE | NODLHFSDIRCREATE
Creates a UFS directory for a SAS library that is specified with LIBNAME if the library does not exist.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
DLIREAD= N | Y
Specifies whether a SAS IMS program accessing databases is restricted to get calls within a DLI region.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to IMS: Reference
DLMSGLEVEL=ERROR | WARN | INFO | DIAG
Specifies the level of messages to generate for SAS libraries.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
DLSEQDSNTYPE= BASIC | LARGE | EXTREQ | EXTPREF | NONE
Specifies the default value of the DSNTYPE LIBNAME option for sequential-access bound libraries on disk.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
DLTRUNCHK | NODLTRUNCHK
Enables checking for SAS library truncation.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
DMR
Invokes a server session.
Product: SAS/CONNECT
Document: SAS/CONNECT User's Guide
DMR | NODMR
Specifies whether to enable SAS to invoke a server session for use with a SAS/CONNECT client.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
DMS | NODMS
Specifies whether to invoke the SAS windowing environment and display the Log, Editor, and Output windows.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
DMSEXP | NODMSEXP
Specifies whether to invoke the SAS windowing environment and display the Explorer, Editor, Log, Output, and Results windows.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
DMSLOGSIZE= n | nK | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the maximum number of rows that the SAS Log window can display.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
DMSOUTSIZE= n | nK | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the maximum number of rows that the SAS Output window can display.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
DMSPGMLINESIZE= n
Specifies the maximum number of characters in a Program Editor line.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
DMSSYNCHK | NODMSSYNCHK
In the SAS windowing environment, specifies whether to enable syntax check mode for DATA step and PROC step processing.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
DQLOCALE=(locale1 < locale2 ...localeN > )
Specifies an ordered list of locales.
Product: SAS Data Quality Server
Document: SAS Data Quality Server: Reference
DQOPTIONS=(label1=value1 <, label2=value2..., labelN=valueN > )
Specifies SAS session parameters for data quality programs
Product: SAS Data Quality Server
Document: SAS Data Quality Server: Reference
DQSETUPLOC=`file-specification' | `path-specification'
Specifies the location of the SAS Data Quality Server setup file or the root directory of the Quality Knowledge Base.
Product: SAS Data Quality Server
Document: SAS Data Quality Server: Reference
DSNFERR | NODSNFERR
When a SAS data set cannot be found, specifies whether SAS issues an error message.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
DSRESV | NODSRESV
Requests exclusive use of shared disk volumes when accessing partitioned data sets on shared disk volumes.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
DTRESET | NODTRESET
Specifies whether to update the date and time in the SAS log and in the procedure output file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
DUMP=END_PROC | FATAL NODUMP
Specifies when to create a process dump file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
DUPLEX| NODUPLEX
Specifies whether duplex (two-sided) printing is enabled.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
DYNALLOC | NODYNALLOC
Controls whether SAS or the host sort utility allocates sort work data sets.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
-ECHO message” | -NOECHO
Specifies a message to be echoed to the computer.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-ECHOmessage” | -NOECHO
Specifies a message to be echoed to the SAS log while initializing SAS.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
ECHO= message
Specifies a message to be echoed to the SAS log while initializing SAS.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
ECHOAUTO | NOECHOAUTO
Specifies whether the statements in the autoexec file are written to the SAS log as they are executed.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-EDITCMD "host-editor-pathname editor-options" EDITCMD="host-editor-pathname editor-options"
Specifies the host editor to be used with the HOSTEDIT command.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
EDITCMD= host-editor-pathname editor-options
Specifies the host editor to be used with the HOSTEDIT command.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
EMAILAUTHPROTOCOL= NONE | LOGIN
Specifies the authentication protocol for SMTP E-mail.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-EMAILDLG NATIVE | SAS
Specifies whether to use the native e-mail dialog box provided by your e-mail application or the e-mail dialog box provided by SAS.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
EMAILFROM | NOEMAILFROM
When sending e-mail by using SMTP, specifies whether the e-mail option FROM is required in either the FILE or FILENAME statement.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
EMAILHOST= server EMAILHOST=( 'server-1' 'server-2' <…'server-n' > )
Specifies one or more SMTP servers that support e-mail access.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
EMAILID = logonid| profile|emailaddress
Identifies an e-mail sender by specifying either a logon ID, an e-mail profile, or an e-mail address.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
EMAILPORT < port-number >
Specifies the port that the SMTP server is attached to.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
EMAILPW= "password"
Specifies an e-mail logon password.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-EMAILSYS SMTP | name-of-script EMAILSYS=SMTP | name-of-script
Specifies the e-mail protocol to use for sending electronic mail.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-EMAILSYS MAPI | VIM | SMTP
Specifies the e-mail protocol to use for sending electronic mail.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
EMAILSYS= interface
Specifies the e-mail protocol to use for sending electronic mail.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
EMAILSYS=SMTP | VMS
Specifies the e-mail protocol to use for sending electronic mail.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
-ENCODING= ASCIIANY | EBCDICANY | encoding-value (UNIX and Windows) ENCODING= encoding-value (OpenVMS, UNIX, Windows, and z/OS)
Specifies the default character-set encoding for the SAS session.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS National Language Support: Reference Guide
-ENGINE engine-name
Specifies the default access method to use for SAS libraries.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-ENGINE engine-name
Specifies the default access method to use for SAS libraries.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
ENGINE=engine-name
Specifies the default access method to use for SAS libraries.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
ENGINE= engine-name
Specifies the default access method to use for SAS libraries.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
ENGINE= engine-name
Specifies the default access method for SAS libraries.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-ENHANCEDEDITOR | -NOENHANCEDEDITOR
Specifies whether to enable the Enhanced Editor during SAS invocation.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
ERRORABEND | NOERRORABEND
Specifies whether SAS responds to errors by terminating.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
ERRORABEND | NOERRORABEND
Specifies whether SAS responds to errors by terminating.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
ERRORBYABEND | NOERRORBYABEND
Specifies whether SAS ends a program when an error occurs in BY-group processing.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
ERRORCHECK=NORMAL | STRICT
Specifies whether SAS enters syntax-check mode when errors are found in the LIBNAME, FILENAME, %INCLUDE, and LOCK statements.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
ERRORS= n| nK | nM | nG | nT | MIN| MAX | hexX
Specifies the maximum number of observations for which SAS issues complete error messages.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
EXPANDLNM | NOEXPANDLNM
Specifies whether concealed logical names are expanded when libref paths are displayed to the user.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
EXPLORER | NOEXPLORER
Specifies whether to invoke the SAS windowing environment and display only the Explorer window.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
FILEAUTHDEFER | NOFILEAUTHDEFER
Controls whether SAS performs file authorization checking for z/OS data sets or defers authorization checking to z/OS system services such as OPEN.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
FILECC | NOFILECC
Specifies whether to treat data in column 1 of a printer file as carriage-control data when reading the file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
FILECC | NOFILECC
Specifies how to treat data in column 1 of a print file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
FILEDEST=printer-destination
Specifies the default printer destination.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
FILEDEV=device-name
Specifies the device name used for allocating new physical files.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
FILEDIRBLK=n
Specifies the number of default directory blocks to allocate for new partitioned data sets.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
FILEEXT=VERIFY | IGNORE | INVALID | ASIS
Specifies how to handle file extensions when accessing members of partitioned data sets.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
FILEFORMS=operating-environment-form
Specifies the default SYSOUT form for a print file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
FILELBI | NOFILELBI
Controls the use of the z/OS Large Block Interface support for BSAM and QSAM files, as well as files on tapes that have standard labels.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
-FILELOCKS setting path | path setting -FILELOCKS NONE | FAIL | CONTINUE | RESET FILELOCKS=(setting path | path setting) FILELOCKS=NONE | FAIL | CONTINUE | RESET
Specifies whether file locking is turned on or off and what action should be taken if a file cannot be locked.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
FILELOCKS= AUTO | SHARED FILELOCKS= ( <path> <setting> [ ; <path> <setting> ]... )
Specifies the default SAS system file locking that is to be used for external files (both UFS and native MVS). Also specifies the operating system file locking to be used for UFS files (both SAS files and external files).
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
FILELOCKWAITMAX = wait-time
Sets an upper limit on the time SAS will wait for a locked file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
FILELOCKWAITMAX =wait-time
Sets an upper limit on the amount of time that SAS will wait for a locked file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
FILEMOUNT | NOFILEMOUNT
Specifies whether an off-line volume is to be mounted.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
FILEMSGS | NOFILEMSGS
Controls whether you receive expanded dynamic allocation error messages when you are assigning a physical file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
FILENULL | NOFILENULL
Specifies whether zero-length records are written to external files.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
FILEPROMPT | NOFILEPROMPT
Controls whether you are prompted if you reference a data set that does not exist.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
FILEREUSE | NOFILEREUSE
Specifies whether to reuse an existing allocation for a file that is being allocated to a temporary ddname.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
FILESEQDSNTYPE=BASIC | LARGE | EXTREQ | EXTPREF | NONE
Specifies the default value that is assigned to DSNTYPE when it is not specified with a FILENAME statement, a DD statement, or a TSO ALLOC command.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
FILESPPRI=primary-space-size
Specifies the default primary space allocation for new physical files.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
FILESPSEC=secondary-space-size
Specifies the default secondary space allocation for new physical files.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
FILESTAT | NOFILESTAT
Specifies whether ISPF statistics are written.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
FILESYNC= SAS | CLOSE | HOST
Specifies when operating system buffers that contain contents of permanent SAS files are written to disk.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
FILESYNC= SAS | CLOSE | HOST | SAVE
Specifies when operating system buffers that contain contents of permanent SAS files are written to disk.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
FILESYSOUT=sysout-class
Specifies the default SYSOUT CLASS for a printer file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
FILESYSTEM=MVS | HFS
Specifies the default file system used when the filename is ambiguous.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
FILEUNIT=unit-type
Specifies the default unit of allocation for new physical files.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
FILEVOL=volser | (volser-1 . . . volser-n)
Specifies which VOLSER to use for new physical files.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
FILSZ | NOFILSZ
Specifies that the host sort utility supports the FILSZ parameter.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
-FILTERLIST filter1 | filter2|... | filter-n
Specifies an alternative set of file filter specifications to use for the Open and Save As dialog boxes.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
FIRSTOBS= n | nK | nM | nG | nT | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the observation number or external file record that SAS processes first.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
FMTERR | NOFMTERR
When a variable format cannot be found, specifies whether SAS generates an error or continues processing.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-FMTSEARCH (catalog-specification-1... catalog-specification-n) FMTSEARCH=(catalog-specification-1... catalog-specification-n)
Specifies the order in which format catalogs are searched.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
FMTSEARCH=(catalog-specification–1 catalog-specification–2 . . . catalog-specification-n)
Controls the order in which format catalogs are searched.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
FMTSEARCH=(catalog-specification-1... catalog-specification-n)
Specifies the order in which format catalogs are searched.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-FONT font-name<BOLD | NORMAL> <REGULAR | ITALIC> < font-size > < character-set > FONT=font-name<BOLD | NORMAL> <REGULAR | ITALIC> < font-size > < character-set >
Specifies a font to use for SAS windows.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
-FONTALIASSAS-font” “host-specific-font
Assigns a Windows font to one of the SAS fonts.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
FONTEMBEDDING | NOFONTEMBEDDING
Specifies whether font embedding is enabled in Universal Printer and SAS/GRAPH printing.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
FONTRENDERING=HOST_PIXELS | FREETYPE_POINTS
Specifies whether SAS/GRAPH devices that are based on the SASGDGIF, SASGDTIF, and SASGDIMG modules render fonts by using the operating system or by using the FreeType engine.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-FONTSLOC "directory-specification"
Specifies the location of the SAS fonts that are loaded during the SAS session.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-FONTSLOC directory-specification
Specifies the location of the SAS fonts that are loaded during the SAS session.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
FONTSLOC=high level qualifier(s) | HFS directory path
Specifies the location of the SAS fonts that are loaded during the SAS session.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
FONTSLOC = "directory-specification"
Specifies the location of the SAS fonts that are loaded during the SAS session.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
FONTSLOC= location
Specifies the location of the fonts that are supplied by SAS; names the default font file location for registering fonts that use the FONTREG procedure.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-FORMCHAR formatting-characters” FORMCHAR=“formatting-characters
Specifies the default output formatting characters.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
FORMCHAR= 'formatting-characters'
Specifies the default output formatting characters.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
FORMDLIM= 'delimiting-character'
Specifies a character to delimit page breaks in SAS output.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
FORMS= form-name
If forms are used for printing, specifies the default form to use.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
FSBCOLOR | NOFSBCOLOR
Specifies whether you can set background colors in SAS windows on vector graphics devices.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
FSBORDER=BEST | PS | APL | NONE
Specifies what type of symbols are to be used in borders.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
-FSDBTYPE encoding-method
Specifies a full-screen double-byte character set (DBCS) encoding method.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS National Language Support: Reference Guide
FSDEVICE=device-name
Specifies the full-screen device driver for your terminal.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
-FSIMM fsdevice_name=IMM-name1 <, fsdevice_name=IMM-name2 > ...
Specifies input method modules (IMMs) for full-screen double-byte character set (DBCS).
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS National Language Support: Reference Guide
-FSIMMOPT fullscreen-IMM:IMM-option
Specifies options for input method modules (IMMs) that are used with a full-screen double-byte character set (DBCS).
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS National Language Support: Reference Guide
FSMODE=data-stream-type
Specifies the full-screen data stream type.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
FULLSTATS | NOFULLSTATS
Specifies whether to write all available system performance statistics to the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
-FULLSTIMER | -NOFULLSTIMER FULLSTIMER | NOFULLSTIMER
Specifies whether to write all available system performance statistics and the datetime stamp to the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
FULLSTIMER | NOFULLSTIMER
Specifies whether to write all available system performance statistics to the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
-FULLSTIMER | -NOFULLSTIMER FULLSTIMER | NOFULLSTIMER
Specifies whether to write all available system performance statistics to the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
GHFONT=font-specification
Specifies the default graphics hardware font.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
GSFCC=CR | PRINT | NONE
Tells SAS what type of carriage control to use for writing to graphics stream files.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
GSTYLE | NOGSTYLE
Specifies whether ODS styles can be used in the generation of graphs that are stored as GRSEG catalog entries.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
GWINDOW | NOGWINDOW
Specifies whether SAS displays SAS/GRAPH output in the GRAPH window.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
HELPBROWSER=REMOTE | SAS
Specifies the browser to use for SAS Help and ODS output.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
HELPCASE | NOHELPCASE
Controls how text is displayed in the help browser.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
HELPENCMD | NOHELPENCMD
Specifies whether SAS uses the English version or the translated version of the keyword list for the command–line Help.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
HELPHOST=host
Specifies the name of the computer where the remote help browser is running.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
HELPHOST="host"
Specifies the name of the local computer where the remote browsing system is running.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
HELPHOST="host"
Specifies the name of the computer where the remote browser is to send Help and ODS output.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-HELPINDEX index-pathname-1 < index-pathname-2 < index-pathname-3 > >
Specifies one or more index files for the online SAS Help and Documentation.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-HELPINDEX <(> “index-pathname-1< “ index-pathname-2” “ index-pathname-n”)>
Specifies one or more index files for the SAS Help and Documentation.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
HELPINDEX= index-pathname-1 < index-pathname-2 < index-pathname-3 > >
Specifies one or more index files for the online SAS Help and Documentation.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
-HELPLOC (pathname<,pathname-2...,pathname-n>)
Specifies the location of the text and index files for the facility that is used to view the online SAS Help and Documentation.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-HELPLOC <(> "pathname-1" <"pathname-2" "pathname-n")>
Specifies the location of Help files that are used to view SAS Help and Documentation using Microsoft HTML Help.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
HELPLOC=<(>location-1<,location-2,...,location-n><)>
Specifies the location of the text and index files for the facility that is used to view SAS Help and Documentation.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
HELPLOC= pathname <,pathname-2,...,pathname-n >
Specifies the location of the text and index files for the facility that is used to view the online SAS Help and Documentation.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
HELPPORT=port-number
Specifies the port number for the remote browser client.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-HELPREGISTER menu stringhelp file location <“help string”> < topic > <CHM | HLP | HTML>
Registers help files to access from the main SAS window Help menu.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
-HELPTOC TOC-pathname-1 < TOC-pathname-2 < TOC-pathname-3 > >
Specifies the table of contents files for the online SAS Help and Documentation.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-HELPTOC <(> “TOC-pathname-1<“TOC-pathname-2” “ TOC-pathname-3”)>
Specifies the table of contents files for the SAS Help and Documentation.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
HELPTOC= TOC-pathname-1 < TOC-pathname-2 < TOC-pathname-3 > >
Specifies the table of contents files for the online SAS Help and Documentation.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
-HOSTPRINT | -NOHOSTPRINT HOSTPRINT | NOHOSTPRINT
Specifies that the Windows Print Manager is to be used for printing.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
HSLXTNTS=value
Specifies the size of each physical hiperspace that is created for a SAS library.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
HSMAXPGS=value
Specifies the maximum number of hiperspace pages allowed in a SAS session.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
HSMAXSPC=value
Specifies the maximum number of hiperspaces allowed in a SAS session.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
HSSAVE | NOHSSAVE
Controls how often the DIV data set pages are updated when a DIV data set backs a hiperspace library.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
HSWORK | NOHSWORK
Tells SAS to place the WORK library in a hiperspace.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
HTTPSERVERPORTMAX= max-port-number
Specifies the highest port number that can be used by the SAS HTTP server for remote browsing.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
HTTPSERVERPORTMIN= min-port-number
Specifies the lowest port number that can be used by the SAS HTTP server for remote browsing.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
IBUFNO= n | nK | nM | nG | nT |hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies an optional number of extra buffers to be allocated for navigating an index file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
IBUFSIZE= n | nK | nM | nG | nT | hexX | MAX
Specifies the buffer page size for an index file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-ICON | -NOICON ICON | NOICON
Minimizes the SAS window.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
IMPLMAC | NOIMPLMAC
Controls statement-style macro invocation.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Macro Language: Reference
IMSBPAGN= value BMPAGN= value
Specifies a value for the AGN (application group name) parameter.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to IMS: Reference
IMSBPCPU= value BMPCPUTM= value
Specifies a value for the CPUTIME parameter.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to IMS: Reference
IMSBDCA= value BMPDIRCA= value
Specifies a value for the DIRCA parameter.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to IMS: Reference
IMSBPIN= value BMPIN= value
Assigns a value for the IN parameter, which specifies the TRANCODE of the message queue that is accessed.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to IMS: Reference
IMSBPNBA= value BMPNBA= value
Specifies a value for the NBA parameter.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to IMS: Reference
IMSBPOBA= value BMPOBA= value
Specifies a value for the OBA parameter.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to IMS: Reference
IMSBPOPT= C | N | W BMPOPT= C | N | W
Assigns a character value to the OPT parameter.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to IMS: Reference
IMSBPOUT= value BMPOUT= value
Specifies a value for the OUT parameter.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to IMS: Reference
IMSBPPAR= 0 | 1 BMPARDLI= 0 | 1
Specifies the value of the PARDLI parameter.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to IMS: Reference
IMSBPSTI= 0 | 1 BMPSTIMR= 0 | 1
Specifies whether the BMP timer is set.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to IMS: Reference
IMSBPUPD= Y | N
Specifies whether a SAS IMS program that accesses databases can issue update calls in a BMP region.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to IMS: Reference
IMSDEBUG= N | Y | value
Specifies whether the DL/I call function code, segment search arguments, and status code returned from DL/I calls issued by the IMS engine should be displayed in the SAS log.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to IMS: Reference
IMSDLBKO= * | Y | N DLIBKO= * | Y | N
Determines the value of the BKO parameter when SAS invokes an IMS/ESA DLI or DBB region.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to IMS: Reference
IMSDLBUF= value DLIBUF= value
Specifies a value for the BUF parameter.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to IMS: Reference
IMSDLDBR= * | Y | N DLIDBRC= * | Y | N
Determines the value used as the DBRC (database recovery control facility) parameter when SAS invokes a DLI or DBB region.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to IMS: Reference
IMSDLEXC= 0 | 1 DLIEXCPV= 0 | 1
Specifies a value for the EXCPVR parameter.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to IMS: Reference
IMSDLFMT= P | T | N DLIFMT= P | T | N
Specifies a value for the FMTO parameter.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to IMS: Reference
IMSDLIRL= * | Y | N DLIRLM= * | Y | N
Determines the value of the IRLM parameter when SAS invokes a DLI or DBB region.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to IMS: Reference
IMSDLIRN= * | name DLIRLMNM= * | name
Specifies an IRLM subsystem name.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to IMS: Reference
IMSDLLOG= 0 | 1 DLILOGA= 0 | 1
Specifies a value for the LOGA parameter.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to IMS: Reference
IMSDLMON= N | Y DLIMON= N | Y
Specifies a value for the MON parameter.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to IMS: Reference
IMSDLSRC= 0 | 1 DLISRCH= 0 | 1
Specifies a value for the SRCH parameter.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to IMS: Reference
IMSDLSWP= * | Y | N DLISWP= * | Y | N
Determines the value of the SWAP parameter when SAS invokes an IMS/ESA DLI or DBB region.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to IMS: Reference
IMSDLUPD= Y | N
Specifies whether a SAS IMS program that accesses databases through the engine can issue update calls within a DLI or DBB region.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to IMS: Reference
IMSID= * | value
Specifies a value for the IMSID parameter (the subsystem identifier) when SAS attaches a BMP, DLI, or DBB region.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to IMS: Reference
IMSIOB= * | 999
Specifies a value for the number of OSAM I/O requests that can be active concurrently.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to IMS: Reference
IMSREGTP= DLI | DBB | BMP DLIRGNTP= DLI | DBB | BMP
Determines the type of IMS region invoked.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to IMS: Reference
IMSSPIE= 0 | 1 DLISPIE= 0 | 1
Specifies a value for the SPIE parameter when SAS invokes a DLI, DBB, or BMP region.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to IMS: Reference
IMSTEST= 0 | 1 DLITEST= 0 | 1
Specifies a value for the TEST parameter when SAS invokes a DLI, DBB, or BMP region.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to IMS: Reference
IMSWHST= N | Y
Specifies whether the IMS engine should retrieve records if qualified segment search arguments are not generated to be passed to IMS.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to IMS: Reference
INITCMD "command-1 < windowing-command-n > "
Specifies an application invocation command and optional SAS windowing environment or text editor commands that SAS executes before processing AUTOEXEC file during SAS invocation.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
INITSTMT `statement'
Specifies a SAS statement to be executed after any statements in the autoexec file and before any statements from the SYSIN= file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
INITSTMT=statement(s)” IS=“statement(s)
Specifies a SAS statement that is to be executed after any statements in the autoexec file and before any statements from the SYSIN file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
INITSTMT= 'statement'
Specifies a SAS statement to execute after any statements in the autoexec file and before any statements from the SYSIN= file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-INSERT system-option new-option-value
Used when SAS starts; inserts the specified value at the beginning of the specified system option.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-INSERT system-option argument
Used when SAS starts, inserts the specified value at the beginning of the specified system option.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
INSERT=(system-option=new-option-value)
Used when SAS starts, inserts the specified value at the beginning of the specified system option.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
INSERT=(system-option-1=argument-1 system-option-n=argument-n)
Inserts the specified value as the first value of the specified system option.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
INTERVALDS=(interval-1=libref.dataset-name-1 < interval-n=libref.dataset-name-n > )
Specifies one or more interval name and value pairs, where the value is a SAS data set that contains user-supplied holidays. The interval can be used as an argument to the INTNX and INTCK functions.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
INVALIDDATA='character'
Specifies the value that SAS assigns to a variable when invalid numeric data is encountered.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
ISPCAPS | NOISPCAPS
Specifies whether to convert to uppercase printable ISPF parameters that are used in CALL ISPEXEC and CALL ISPLINK.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
ISPCHARF | NOISPCHARF
Specifies whether the values of SAS character variables are converted using their automatically specified informats or formats each time they are used as ISPF variables.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
ISPCSR=variable-name
Tells SAS to set an ISPF variable to the name of a variable whose value is found to be invalid.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
ISPEXECV=variable-name
Specifies the name of an ISPF variable that passes its value to an ISPF service.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
ISPMISS=value
Specifies the value assigned to SAS character variables defined to ISPF when the associated ISPF variable has a length of zero.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
ISPMSG=variable-name
Tells SAS to set an ISPF variable to a message ID when a variable is found to be invalid.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
ISPNOTES | NOISPNOTES
Specifies whether ISPF error messages are to be written to the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
ISPNZTRC | NOISPNZTRC
Specifies whether nonzero ISPF service return codes are to be written to the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
ISPPT | NOISPPT
Specifies whether ISPF parameter value pointers and lengths are to be written to the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
ISPTRACE | NOISPTRACE
Specifies whether the parameter lists and service return codes are to be written to the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
ISPVDEFA | NOISPVDEFA
Specifies whether all current SAS variables are to be identified to ISPF via the SAS VDEFINE user exit.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
ISPVDLT | NOISPVDLT
Specifies whether VDELETE is executed before each SAS variable is identified to ISPF via VDEFINE.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
ISPVDTRC | NOISPVDTRC
Specifies whether to trace every VDEFINE for SAS variables.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
ISPVIMSG=message-ID
Specifies the ISPF message ID that is to be set by the SAS VDEFINE user exit when the informat for a variable returns a nonzero return code.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
ISPVRMSG=message-ID
Specifies the ISPF message ID that is to be set by the SAS VDEFINE user exit when a variable has a null value.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
ISPVTMSG=message-ID
Specifies the ISPF message ID that is to be displayed by the SAS VDEFINE user exit when the ISPVTRAP option is in effect.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
ISPVTNAM=variable-name
Restricts the information that is displayed by the ISPVTRAP option to the specified variable only.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
ISPVTPNL=panel
Specifies the name of the ISPF panel that is to be displayed by the SAS VDEFINE user exit when the ISPVTRAP option is in effect.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
ISPVTRAP | NOISPVTRAP
Specifies whether the SAS VDEFINE user exit is to write information to the SAS log (for debugging purposes) each time it is entered.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
ISPVTVARS=prefix
Specifies the prefix for the ISPF variables to be set by the SAS VDEFINE user exit when the ISPVTRAP option is in effect.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
JPEGQUALITY= n | MIN | MAX
Specifies the JPEG quality factor that determines the ratio of image quality to the level of compression for JPEG files produced by the SAS/GRAPH JPEG device driver.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-JREOPTIONS (-JRE-option-1 <-JRE-option-n > )
Identifies the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) options for SAS.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-JREOPTIONS (-JRE-option-1 <-JRE-option-n > ) JREOPTIONS (-JRE-option-1 <-JRE-option-n > )
Identifies Java Runtime Environment (JRE) options for SAS.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
JREOPTIONS= (-JRE-option-1 < -JRE-option-n > )
Identifies the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) options for SAS.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
JREOPTIONS=“(-JRE-option-1 <-JRE-option-n > )”
Identifies the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) options for SAS.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
_LAST_=SAS-data-set
Specifies the most recently created data set.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
LABEL | NOLABEL
Specifies whether SAS procedures can use labels with variables.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
LEFTMARGIN= margin-size<margin-unit>
Specifies the print margin for the left side of the page.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-LINESIZE n | hexX | MIN | MAX LINESIZE=n | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the line size of the SAS Log and Output windows.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-LINESIZE n | MIN | MAX LINESIZE=n | MIN| MAX
Specifies the line size of SAS Log and Output windows.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
LINESIZE=n | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the line size of SAS Log and Output windows.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
LINESIZE= n | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the line size of the SAS Log and Output windows.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
LINESIZE= n | MIN | MAX | hexX
Specifies the line size for the SAS log and for SAS procedure output.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
LOADLIST= file-specification NOLOADLIST
Specifies whether to print to the specified file the information about images that SAS has loaded into memory.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
-LOADMEMSIZE n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies a suggested amount of memory needed for executable programs loaded by SAS.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
-LOCALE locale-name (UNIX and Windows) LOCALE=locale-name (UNIX, Windows, and z/OS)
Specifies a set of attributes in a SAS session that reflect the language, local conventions, and culture for a geographical region.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS National Language Support: Reference Guide
LOCALELANGCHG | NOLOCALELANGCHG
Determines whether the language of the text of the ODS output can be changed
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS National Language Support: Reference Guide
-LOG file-specification | -NOLOG
Specifies a destination for the SAS log when running in batch mode.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-LOG destination” | -NOLOG
Specifies a destination for a copy of the SAS log when SAS is running in batch mode.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
LOG=< file-specification > NOLOG
Specifies a destination for a copy of the SAS log when running in batch mode.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
LOG= destination NOLOG
Specifies a destination for a copy of the SAS log when running in batch mode.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
LOGAPPLNAME= name
Specifies a SAS session name for SAS logging.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Logging: Configuration and Programming Reference
LOGCONFIGLOC=file-specification
Specifies the name of the XML configuration file that is used to initialize the SAS logging facility.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Logging: Configuration and Programming Reference
LOGMULTREAD | NOLOGMULTREAD
Specifies the session log file to be opened for shared READ access.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
LOGPARM= “<= APPEND | REPLACE | REPLACEOLD> <= AUTO | NONE | SESSION | n | nK | nM | nG> <= BUFFERED | IMMEDIATE>
Controls when SAS log files are opened, closed, and, in conjunction with the LOG= system option, how they are named.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
LOGPARM= “<= APPEND | REPLACE | REPLACEOLD> <= AUTO | NONE | SESSION> <= BUFFERED | IMMEDIATE>
Controls when SAS log files are opened, closed, and, with the LOG= system option, how they are named.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
LOGPARM= “<= APPEND | REPLACE | REPLACEOLD> <= AUTO | NONE | SESSION | n | nK | nM | nG> <= BUFFERED | IMMEDIATE>
Specifies when SAS log files are opened, closed, and, in conjunction with the LOG= system option, how they are named.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-LPTYPE BSD | SYSV LPTYPE=BSD | SYSV
Specifies which UNIX command and options settings will be used to route files to the printer.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
LRECL=n | nK | nM | nG | nT | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the default logical record length to use for reading and writing external files.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
LRECL=n | nK | nM | nG | nT | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the default logical record length to use for reading and writing external files.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
MACRO | NOMACRO
Controls whether the SAS macro language is available.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Macro Language: Reference
-MAPS location-of-maps MAPS=location-of-maps
Specifies the name of the SAS library containing the SAS/GRAPH map data sets.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-MAPS location-of-maps MAPS=location-of-maps
Specifies the name of the SAS library that holds the SAS/GRAPH map data sets.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
MAPS= location-of-maps
Specifies the name of the SAS library that holds the SAS/GRAPH map data sets.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
MAPS= location-of-maps
Specifies the location of the SAS library that contains SAS/GRAPH map data sets.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
MAUTOLOCDISPLAY | NOMAUTOLOCDISPLAY
Specifies whether to display the source location of the autocall macros in the log when the autocall macro is invoked.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Macro Language: Reference
MAUTOSOURCE | NOMAUTOSOURCE
Specifies whether the autocall feature is available.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Macro Language: Reference
-MAXMEMQUERY n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX MAXMEMQUERY=n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the maximum amount of memory that is allocated per request for certain procedures.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-MAXMEMQUERY n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX MAXMEMQUERY= n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the limit on the maximum amount of memory that is allocated for procedures.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
MAXSEGRATIO= n
Controls what percentage of index segments to identify as candidate segments before processing the WHERE expression. This occurs when evaluating a WHERE expression that contains indexed variables.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Scalable Performance Data Engine: Reference
MCOMPILE | NOMCOMPILE
Specifies whether to allow new definitions of macros.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Macro Language: Reference
MCOMPILENOTE=<NONE | NOAUTOCALL | ALL>
Issues a NOTE to the SAS log. The note contains the size and number of instructions upon the completion of the compilation of a macro.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Macro Language: Reference
-MEMBLKSZ n | nK | nM |nG | nT | hexX
Specifies the memory block size for memory-based libraries for Windows operating environments.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
-MEMCACHE 0 | 1 | 4 MEMCACHE= 0 | 1 | 4
Specifies to use the memory-based libraries as a SAS file cache.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
MEMLEAVE=n | nK | nM | MIN | hexX
Specifies the amount of memory in the user's region that is reserved exclusively for the use of the operating environment.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
-MEMLIB | -NOMEMLIB
Specifies to process the Work library as a memory-based library.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
-MEMMAXSZ n | nK | nM |nG | nT | hexX
Specifies the maximum amount of memory to allocate for using memory-based libraries in Windows operating environments.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
MEMRPT | NOMEMRPT
Specifies whether memory usage statistics are to be written to the SAS log for each step.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
-MEMSIZE n | nK | nM | nG | nT | hexX | MAX
Specifies the limit on the total amount of virtual memory that can be used by a SAS session.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-MEMSIZE n | nK | nM | nG | nT |hexX | MAX
Specifies the limit on the amount of virtual memory that can be used during a SAS session.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
MEMSIZE=n | n K | n M | n G | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the limit on the total amount of memory that can be used by a SAS session.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
MEMSIZE= n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the limit on the total amount of memory that can be used by a SAS session.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
MERGENOBY= NOWARN |WARN | ERROR
Specifies the type of message that is issued when MERGE processing occurs without an associated BY statement.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
MERROR | NOMERROR
Specifies whether the macro processor issues a warning message when a macro reference cannot be resolved.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Macro Language: Reference
METAAUTORESOURCES server-object
Identifies the metadata resources that are assigned when SAS starts.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Interfaces to Metadata
METACONNECT="named-connection"
Identifies one named profile from the metadata user connection profiles for connecting to the metadata server.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Interfaces to Metadata
METAENCRYPTALG NONE | RC2 | RC4 | DES | TRIPLEDES | SASPROPRIETARY | SAS
Specifies the type of encryption to use when communicating with the metadata server.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Interfaces to Metadata
METAENCRYPTLEVEL EVERYTHING | CREDENTIALS
Specifies the level of encryption when communicating with the metadata server.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Interfaces to Metadata
METAPASS= password
Specifies the password for the metadata server.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Interfaces to Metadata
METAPORT= number
Specifies the TCP port for the metadata server.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Interfaces to Metadata
METAPROFILE "XML-document"
Identifies the XML document that contains user connection profiles for the metadata server.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Interfaces to Metadata
METAPROFILE=XML-document
Identifies the file that contains the SAS Metadata Server user profiles.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
METAPROTOCOL=BRIDGE
Specifies the network protocol for connecting to the metadata server.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Interfaces to Metadata
METAREPOSITORY= name
Specifies the SAS Metadata Repository to use with the metadata server.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Interfaces to Metadata
METASERVER= address
Specifies the host name or address of the metadata server.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Interfaces to Metadata
METASPN= SPN-name
Specifies the service principal name (SPN) for the metadata server.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Interfaces to Metadata
METAUSER= ID
Specifies the user ID for connecting to the metadata server.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Interfaces to Metadata
MEXECNOTE | NOMEXECNOTE
Specifies whether to display macro execution information in the SAS log at macro invocation.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Macro Language: Reference
MEXECSIZE=n | nK | nM | nG | nT | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the maximum macro size that can be executed in memory.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Macro Language: Reference
MFILE | NOMFILE
Specifies whether MPRINT output is routed to an external file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Macro Language: Reference
MINDELIMITER=<”option”>
Specifies the character to be used as the delimiter for the macro IN operator.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Macro Language: Reference
MINOPERATOR | NOMINOPERATOR
Controls whether the macro processor recognizes and evaluates the IN (#) logical operator.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Macro Language: Reference
MINPARTSIZE= n | nK | nM | nG
Specifies the minimum size that the data component partitions can be. The value is specified when the SPD Engine data set is created.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Scalable Performance Data Engine: Reference
MINSTG | NOMINSTG
Tells SAS whether to minimize its use of storage.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
MISSING=<'>character<'>
Specifies the character to print for missing numeric values.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
MLOGIC | NOMLOGIC
Specifies whether the macro processor traces its execution for debugging.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Macro Language: Reference
MLOGICNEST | NOMLOGICNEST
Specifies whether to display the macro nesting information in the MLOGIC output in the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Macro Language: Reference
MPRINT | NOMPRINT
Specifies whether SAS statements generated by macro execution are traced for debugging.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Macro Language: Reference
MPRINTNEST | NOMPRINTNEST
Specifies whether to display the macro nesting information in the MPRINT output in the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Macro Language: Reference
MRECALL | NOMRECALL
Specifies whether autocall libraries are searched for a member that was not found during an earlier search.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Macro Language: Reference
MREPLACE | NOMREPLACE
Specifies whether to enable existing macros to be redefined.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Macro Language: Reference
-MSG pathname -MSG ('pathname' 'pathname' ...)
Specifies the library that contains the SAS error messages.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-MSG library-specification
Specifies the library that contains the SAS error messages.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
MSG=file-specification-1 | (file-specification-1 . . . file-specification-n)
Specifies the library that contains the SAS error messages.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
MSG= library-specification
Specifies the library that contains the SAS error messages.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
MSGCASE | NOMSGCASE
Specifies whether notes, warnings, and error messages that are generated by SAS are displayed in uppercase characters.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
-MSGCASE | -NOMSGCASE
Specifies whether notes, warnings, and error messages that are generated by SAS are displayed in uppercase characters.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
MSGCASE | NOMSGCASE
Specifies whether notes, warnings, and error messages that are generated by SAS are displayed in uppercase characters.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
-MSGCASE | -NOMSGCASE
Specifies whether notes, warnings, and error messages that are generated by SAS are displayed in uppercase characters.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
MSGLEVEL= N | I
Specifies the level of detail in messages that are written to the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
MSGSIZE=n | nK | nM | nG | MIN | MAX | hexX
Specifies the size of the message cache.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
MSTORED | NOMSTORED
Specifies whether the macro facility searches a specific catalog for a stored compiled macro.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Macro Language: Reference
-MSYMTABMAX n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX MSYMTABMAX=n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the maximum amount of memory available to the macro variable symbol tables.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-MSYMTABMAX n | nK | nM | nG |nT | hexX | MIN | MAX MSYMTABMAX=n | nK | nM | nG | nT |hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the maximum amount of memory available to the macro variable symbol table(s).
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
MSYMTABMAX=n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the maximum amount of memory available to the macro variable symbol tables.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
MSYMTABMAX= n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the maximum amount of memory that is available to the macro variable symbol table(s).
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
MSYMTABMAX= n | nK | nM | nG | MAX
Specifies the maximum amount of memory available to the macro variable symbol table or tables.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Macro Language: Reference
MULTENVAPPL | NOMULTENVAPPL
Specifies whether the fonts available in a SAS application font selector window lists only the SAS fonts that are available in all operating environments.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-MVARSIZE n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX MVARSIZE=n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the maximum size for in-memory macro variables.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-MVARSIZE n | nK | hexX | MIN | MAX MVARSIZE=n | nK | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the maximum size for in-memory macro variables.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
MVARSIZE=n | nK | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the maximum size for macro variables that are stored in memory.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
MVARSIZE= n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the maximum size for in-memory macro variable values.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
MVARSIZE= n | nK | nM | nG | MAX
Specifies the maximum size for macro variable values that are stored in memory.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Macro Language: Reference
NETENCRYPT | NONETENCRYPT
Specifies whether client/server data transfers are encrypted.
Product: Base SAS
Document: Encryption in SAS
NETENCRYPTALGORITHM=algorithm | (“algorithm-1”... “algorithm-n”)
Specifies the algorithm or algorithms to be used for encrypted client/server data transfers.
Product: Base SAS
Document: Encryption in SAS
NETENCRYPTKEYLEN= 0 | 40 | 128
Specifies the key length that is used by the encryption algorithm for encrypted client/server data transfers.
Product: Base SAS
Document: Encryption in SAS
-NEWS file-specification | -NONEWS
Specifies a file that contains messages to be written to the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-NEWS file-specification
Specifies a file that contains messages to be written to the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
NEWS= file-specification NONEWS
Specifies a file that contains messages to be written to the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
NEWS= external-file
Specifies an external file that contains messages to be written to the SAS log, immediately after the header.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
NLSCOMPATMODE | NONLSCOMPATMODE
Provides national language compatibility with previous releases of SAS.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS National Language Support: Reference Guide
NOTES | NONOTES
Specifies whether notes are written to the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
NUMBER | NONUMBER
Specified whether to print the page number in the title line of each page of SAS output.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-NUMKEYS number-of-keys
Controls the number of available function keys.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
-NUMMOUSEKEYS number-of-buttons
Specifies the number of mouse buttons SAS displays in the KEYS window.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
-objectserver
Specifies whether SAS is to run as an Integrated Object Model (IOM) server.
Product: SAS Intelligence Platform
Document: SAS Intellegence Platform: Application Server Administration Guide
-objectserverparms "parameter-1, ... , parameter-n"
Specifies startup parameters for SAS Integrated Object Model (IOM) servers.
Product: SAS Intelligence Platform
Document: SAS Intellegence Platform: Application Server Administration Guide
-OBS n | nK | nM | nG | nT | hexX | MIN | MAX OBS=n | nK | nM | nG | nT | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the last observation that SAS processes in a data set.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-OBS n | nK | nM | nG | nT |hexX | MIN | MAX OBS=n | nK | nM | nG | nT |hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies when to stop processing observations or records.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
OBS= n | nK | nM | nG | nT | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies when to stop processing observations or records.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
OBS= n | nK | nM | nG | nT | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the observation that is used to determine the last observation to process, or specifies the last record to process.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
OPLIST | NOOPLIST
Specifies whether the settings of the SAS system options are written to the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
-OPLIST | -NOOPLIST
Specifies whether the settings of the SAS system options are written to the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
OPLIST | NOOPLIST
Specifies whether the settings of the SAS system options are written to the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
ORIENTATION=PORTRAIT | LANDSCAPE | REVERSEPORTRAIT | REVERSELANDSCAPE
Specifies the paper orientation to use when printing to a printer.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
OVP | NOOVP
Specifies whether overprinting of error messages to make them bold, is enabled.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
PAGEBREAKINITIAL | NOPAGEBREAKINITIAL
Inserts an initial page break in SAS log and procedure output files.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
PAGEBREAKINITIAL | NOPAGEBREAKINITIAL
Specifies whether to begin the SAS log and procedure output files on a new page.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-PAGENO n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX PAGENO=n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX
Resets the page number.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
PAGENO= n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX
Resets the page number.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
PAGENO= n | nK | hexX | MIN | MAX
Resets the SAS output page number.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-PAGESIZE n | nK | hexX | MIN | MAX PAGESIZE=n | nK | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the number of lines that compose a page of SAS output.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-PAGESIZE n | MIN | MAX PAGESIZE=n | MIN | MAX
Specifies the number of lines that compose a page of SAS output.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
PAGESIZE=n | nK | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the number of lines that compose a page of SAS output.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
PAGESIZE= n | nK | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the number of lines that compose a page of SAS output.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
PAGESIZE= n| nK | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the number of lines that compose a page of SAS output.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
PAPERDEST= printer-bin-name
Specifies the name of the output bin to receive printed output.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
PAPERSIZE= paper_size_name| (“width_value” <,> “height_value”)| ('width_value' <,> 'height_value') | (width_value height_value)
Specifies the paper size to use for printing.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
PAPERSOURCE= printer-bin-name
Specifies the name of the paper bin to use for printing.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-PAPERTYPE PLAIN | STANDARD | GLOSSY | TRANSPARENCY | printer-defined-value PAPERTYPE= PLAIN | STANDARD | GLOSSY | TRANSPARENCY | printer-defined-value
Specifies to a printer the type of paper to use for printing.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
PAPERTYPE= paper-type-string
Specifies the type of paper to use for printing.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
PARM=<'>string<'>
Specifies a parameter string that is passed to an external program.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
PARMCARDS=fileref
Specifies the file reference to use as the PARMCARDS file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
PARMCARDS= fileref
Specifies the file reference to use as the PARMCARDS file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
PARMCARDS= file-ref
Specifies the file reference to open when SAS encounters the PARMCARDS statement in a procedure.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-PATH directory-specification
Specifies one or more search paths for SAS executable files.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-PATH <(>“directory-specification-1<“directory-specification-n”)>
Specifies one or more search paths for SAS executable files.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
PDFACCESS | NOPDFACCESS
Specifies whether text and graphics from PDF documents can be read by screen readers for the visually impaired.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
PDFASSEMBLY | NOPDFASSEMBLY
Specifies whether PDF documents can be assembled.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
PDFCOMMENT | NOPDFCOMMENT
Specifies whether PDF document comments can be modified.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
PDFCONTENT | NOPDFCONTENT
Specifies whether the contents of a PDF document can be changed.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
PDFCOPY | NOPDFCOPY
Specifies whether text and graphics from a PDF document can be copied.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
PDFFILLIN | NOPDFFILLIN
Specifies whether PDF forms can be filled in.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
PDFPAGELAYOUT= DEFAULT | SINGLEPAGE | CONTINUOUS | FACING | CONTINUOUSFACING
Specifies the page layout for PDF documents.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
PDFPAGEVIEW= DEFAULT | ACTUAL | FITPAGE | FITWIDTH | FULLSCREEN
Specifies the page viewing mode for PDF documents.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
PDFPASSWORD=(OPEN=<">password<"> | OPEN="" < <,> OWNER=<">password<"> | OWNER="">) PDFPASSWORD=(OWNER=<">password<"> | OWNER="" <<,> OPEN=<">password<"> | OPEN="">) PDFPASSWORD=(OPEN=<">password<"> | OPEN="") PDFPASSWORD=(OWNER=<">password<"> | OWNER="" )
Specifies the password to use to open a PDF document and the password used by a PDF document owner.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
PDFPRINT= HRES | LRES | NONE
Specifies the resolution to print PDF documents.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
PDFSECURITY= HIGH | LOW | NONE
Specifies the printing permissions for PDF documents.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-PFKEY PRIMARY | ALTERNATE | SAA | WIN
Specifies which set of function keys to designate as the primary set of function keys.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
PFKEY=pfkey-set
Specifies which set of function keys to designate as the primary set of function keys.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
PGMPARM=`string'
Specifies the parameter that is passed to the external program specified by the SYSINP= option.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
PRIMARYPROVIDERDOMAIN=domain-name
Specifies the domain name of the primary authentication provider.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-PRINT file-specification | -NOPRINT
Specifies a destination for SAS output when running in batch mode.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-PRINT destination | -NOPRINT
Specifies a destination for SAS output when running in batch mode.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
PRINT=< file-specification > NOPRINT
Specifies a destination for SAS output when running in batch mode.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
PRINT= destination NOPRINT
Specifies a destination for SAS output when running in batch mode.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
-PRINTCMD print-commandPRINTCMD=print-command
Specifies the print command SAS is to use.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
PRINTERPATH=('printer-name' <fileref> )
Specifies the name of a registered printer to use for Universal Printing.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
PRINTINIT | NOPRINTINIT
Initializes the procedure output file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
PRINTINIT | NOPRINTINIT
Specifies whether to initialize the SAS procedure output file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
PRINTMSGLIST | NOPRINTMSGLIST
Specifies whether to print all messages to the SAS log or to print only top-level messages to the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
PRNGETLIST | NOPRNGETLIST
specifies whether printers that are attached to the system are recognized.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
PROCLEAVE=n | nK | nM | (n | nK | nM, n | nK | nM )
Specifies how much memory to leave unallocated for SAS procedures to use to complete critical functions during out-of-memory conditions.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
-PRTABORTDLGS BOTH | NEITHER | FILE | PRINTER PRTABORTDLGS = BOTH | NEITHER | FILE | PRINTER
Specifies when to display the Print Abort dialog box.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
-PRTPERSISTDEFAULT | -NOPRTPERSISTDEFAULT
Specifies to use the same destination printer from SAS session to SAS session.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
-PRTSETFORMS | -NOPRTSETFORMS PRTSETFORMS | NOPRTSETFORMS
Specifies whether to include the Use Forms check box in the Print Setup dialog box.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
QUOTELENMAX | NOQUOTELENMAX
If a quoted string exceeds the maximum length allowed, specifies whether SAS writes a warning message to the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-REALMEMSIZE n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the amount of real (physical) memory SAS can expect to allocate.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-REALMEMSIZE n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the amount of real memory SAS can expect to allocate.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
REALMEMSIZE=n | nK | nM | nG | hexX
Specifies the amount of real memory SAS can expect to allocate.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
REALMEMSIZE= n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the amount of real memory SAS can expect to allocate.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
-REGISTER `menu-name' `command' <`working-directory'>
Adds an application to the Tools menu in the main SAS window.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
REPLACE | NOREPLACE
Specifies whether permanently stored SAS data sets can be replaced.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-RESOURCESLOC <(>`directory-specification-1' <`directory-specification-n')> | “.”
Specifies a directory location of the files that contain SAS resources.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
REUSE=YES | NO
Specifies whether SAS reuses space when observations are added to a compressed SAS data set.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
REXXLOC=ddname
Specifies the ddname of the REXX library to be searched when the REXXMAC option is in effect.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
REXXMAC | NOREXXMAC
Enables or disables the REXX interface.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
RIGHTMARGIN= margin-size<margin-unit>
Specifies the print margin for the right side of the page for output directed to an ODS printer destination.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
RLANG | NORLANG
Specifies whether SAS may execute R language statements in operating environments that support the R language.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
RSASIOTRANSERROR | NORSASIOTRANSERROR
Displays a transcoding error when illegal data is read from a remote application.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS National Language Support: Reference Guide
-RSASUSER | -NORSASUSER
Controls whether members of the Sasuser library can be opened for update or for read-only access.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
RSASUSER | NORSASUSER
Controls access to members in the SASUSER library.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
-RSASUSER | -NORSASUSER
Controls whether members of the Sasuser data library can be opened for update or for read-only access.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
RSASUSER | NORSASUSER
Specifies whether to open the SASUSER library for read access or read-write access.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-RTRACE ALL | NONE
Produces a list of resources that are read or loaded during a SAS session.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-RTRACE ALL | NONE
Produces a list of resources that are read or loaded during a SAS session.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
-RTRACELOC pathname RTRACELOC=pathname
Specifies the pathname of the file to which the list of resources that are read or loaded during a SAS session is written.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-RTRACELOC filename | pathname\filename
Specifies the pathname of the file to which the list of resources that are read or loaded during a SAS session is written.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
S2=S | n | nK | nM | nG | nT | MIN | MAX | hexX
Specifies the length of statements on each line of a source statement from a %INCLUDE statement, an autoexec file, or an autocall macro file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
S2V=S2 | S | n | nK | nM | nG | nT | MIN | MAX | hexX
Specifies the starting position to begin reading a file that is specified in a %INCLUDE statement, an autoexec file, or an autocall macro file with a variable length record format.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
S99NOMIG | NOS99NOMIG
Tells SAS whether to recall a migrated data set.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
S= n| nK | nM | nG | nT| hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the length of statements on each line of a source statement and the length of data on lines that follow a DATALINES statement.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-SASAUTOS 'directory-specification' | fileref -SASAUTOS ('directory-specification1' | fileref1,...,'directory-specification-n' | filerefn) -NOSASAUTOS SASAUTOS='directory-specification' | fileref SASAUTOS =('directory-specification1' | fileref1,...,'directory-specification-n' | filerefn) NOSASAUTOS
Specifies the autocall library.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-SASAUTOS <(>"library-specification-1"…<"library-specification-n")> SASAUTOS=<(>"library-specification-1"…<"library-specification-n")>
Specifies the autocall macro library.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
SASAUTOS=file-specification | (file-specification-1 . . . file-specification-n)
Specifies the location of the autocall library.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
SASAUTOS= library-specification | (library-specification-1, . . . , library-specification-n)
Specifies the autocall macro library.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
SASAUTOS= library-specification |(library-specification-1 . . . , library-specification-n)
Specifies the location of one or more autocall libraries.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Macro Language: Reference
OpenVMS, UNIX, Windows SASCMD=<“SAS-command < SAS-system-options> ” | “!sascmd SAS-system options”> z/OSSASCMD=<“:SAS-system-options” | “!sascmd SAS-system-options” >
Specifies the command that starts a server session on a symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) computer.
Product: SAS/CONNECT
Document: SAS/CONNECT User's Guide
-SASCONTROL SYSTEMMENU | NOSYSTEMMENU <MINMAX | NOMINMAX> -SASCONTROL <SYSTEMMENU | NOSYSTEMMENU> MINMAX | NOMINMAXSASCONTROL=SYSTEMMENU | NOSYSTEMMENU <MINMAX | NOMINMAX> SASCONTROL=<SYSTEMMENU | NOSYSTEMMENU> MINMAX | NOMINMAX
Specifies whether the SAS application windows include system/control menus and minimize/maximize buttons.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
SASFRSCR
Is a read-only option that contains the fileref that is generated by the SASSCRIPT= option.
Product: SAS/CONNECT
Document: SAS/CONNECT User's Guide
–SASHELP directory-specification –SASHELP ('directory-specification', 'directory-specification'...)
Specifies the locations of Sashelp libraries.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-SASHELP ("library-specification-1"…<"library-specification-n")>
Specifies the directory or directories to be searched for SAS default forms, device lists, dictionaries, and other entries in the Sashelp catalog.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
SASHELP=library-specification | (library-specification-1 . . . library-specification-n)
Specifies the location of the SASHELP SAS library.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
SASHELP= library-specification
Specifies the directory or directories to be searched for SAS help files, default forms, device lists, dictionaries, and other entries in the SASHELP catalog.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
SASHELP= library-specification
Specifies the location of the SASHELP library.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-SASINITIALFOLDER newfolder
Changes the working folder and the default folders for the Open and Save As dialog boxes to the specified folder after SAS initialization is complete.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
SASLIB=ddname
Specifies the ddname for an alternate load library.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
SASMSTORE= libref
Identifies the libref of a SAS library with a catalog that contains, or will contain, stored compiled SAS macros.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Macro Language: Reference
SASSCRIPT='dir-name' | ('dir-name-1',...,'dir-name-n')
Specifies one or more storage locations of SAS/CONNECT script files.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
-SASSCRIPT 'dir-name' | ('dir-name-1',...,'dir-name-n') SASSCRIPT='dir-name' | ('dir-name-1',...,'dir-name-n')
Specifies one or more storage locations of SAS/CONNECT script files.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
SASSCRIPT=dir-name” |<“dir-name-1”, ... ,“dir-name-n”> |“fileref” |<“fileref-1”, ... ,“fileref-n”>
Specifies one or more locations for SAS/CONNECT server sign-on script files.
Product: SAS/CONNECT
Document: SAS/CONNECT User's Guide
SASTRACE=',,,d' | ' ,,d,' | ' d,' | ',,,s'
Generates trace information from a DBMS engine
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to PC Files: Reference
SASTRACE= ',,,d' | ' ,,d,' | ' d,' | ',,,db' | ' ,,,s' | ' ,,,sa' | ',,t,'
Generates trace information from a DBMS engine.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS for Relational Databases: Reference
SASTRACELOC=stdout | SASLOG | FILE 'path-and-filename'
Prints SASTRACE information to a specified location
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS Interface to PC Files: Reference
SASTRACELOC=stdout | SASLOG | FILE 'path-and-filename'
Prints SASTRACE information to a specified location.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS for Relational Databases: Reference
–SASUSER pathname
Specifies the name of the Sasuser library.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-SASUSER (“library-specification-1”…<“library-specification-n”> )
Specifies the name of the Sasuser library.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
SASUSER=library-specification
Specifies the location of an external SAS library that contains the user Profile catalog.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
SASUSER= library-specification
Specifies the name of the SASUSER library.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
SASUSER= library-specification
Specifies the SAS library to use as the SASUSER library.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-SCROLLBARFLASH | -NOSCROLLBARFLASH
SCROLLBARFLASH | NOSCROLLBARFLASH
Specifies whether to allow the mouse or keyboard to focus on a scroll bar.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
-secpackage "package-name" | " negotiate"
Identifies the security package that the IOM server uses to authenticate incoming client connections.
Product: SAS Intelligence Platform
Document: SAS Intellegence Platform: Application Server Administration Guide
-secpackagelist "package-name-1,[package-name-2,][...,]"
Specifies the security authentication packages used by the server.
Product: SAS Intelligence Platform
Document: SAS Intellegence Platform: Application Server Administration Guide
SEQ= n| MIN | MAX | hexX
Specifies the length of the numeric portion of the sequence field in input source lines or data lines.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
SEQENGINE=engine-name
Specifies the default engine for sequential SAS libraries.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
SERROR | NOSERROR
Specifies whether the macro processor issues a warning message when a macro variable reference does not match a macro variable.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Macro Language: Reference
–SET variable-name value SET=variable-name value
Defines an environment variable.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-SET SAS-variablevalue” | (“value-1”…<“value-n”> ) SET=SAS-variablevalue” | (“ value-1”…<“value-n”> )
Defines a SAS environment variable.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
SET= 'environment-variable value'
Defines an environment variable.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
SETINIT | NOSETINIT
Specifies whether site license information can be altered.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-SGIO | -NOSGIO
Activates the Scatter/Gather I/O feature.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
SHARESESSIONCNTL= SERVER | ENV
In a SAS Intelligence Platform environment, specifies the number of connections between SAS clients and a SAS/SHARE server via a SAS server. There can be a single connection for all SAS clients or a separate connection for each SAS client.
Product: SAS/SHARE
Document: SAS/SHARE User's Guide
SIGNONWAIT | NOSIGNONWAIT
Specifies whether a SAS/CONNECT sign-on should be executed asynchronously or synchronously.
Product: SAS/CONNECT
Document: SAS/CONNECT User's Guide
SKIP= n | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the number of lines to skip at the top of each page of SAS output.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-SLEEPWINDOW | -NOSLEEPWINDOW
Enables or disables the SLEEP window.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
SOLUTIONS | NOSOLUTIONS
Specifies whether the SOLUTIONS menu is included in SAS windows.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
SORT31PL | NOSORT31PL
Controls what type of parameter list is used to invoke the host sort utility.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
SORT=n | nK
Specifies the minimum size of all allocated sort work data sets.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
SORTALTMSGF | NOSORTALTMSGF
Enables sorting with alternate message flags.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
SORTANOM=option(s) –SORTANOM option(s)
Specifies certain options for the host sort utility.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-SORTANOM option(s) SORTANOM=option(s)
Specifies certain options for the SyncSort utility.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
SORTBLKMODE | NOSORTBLKMODE
Enables block mode sorting.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
SORTBUFMOD | NOSORTBUFMOD
Enables modification of the sort utility output buffer.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
-SORTCUT n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX SORTCUT=n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the number of observations that SAS sorts; if the number of observations in the data set is greater than the specified number, the host sort program sorts the remaining observations.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-SORTCUT n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX SORTCUT=n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the number of observations above which SyncSort is used instead of the SAS sort program.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
-SORTCUTP n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX SORTCUTP=n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the number of bytes that SAS sorts; if the number of bytes in the data set is greater than the specified number, the host sort program sorts the remaining data set.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-SORTCUTP n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX SORTCUTP=n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the number of bytes above which SyncSort is used instead of the SAS sort program.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
SORTCUTP=n | nK | nM | nG | MIN | MAX | hexX
Specifies the number of bytes that SAS sorts. If the number of bytes in the data set is greater than the specified number, the host sort program sorts the entire data set.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
SORTDEV='directory-specification' -SORTDEV directory-specification
Specifies the pathname used for temporary files created by the host sort utility.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-SORTDEV pathnameSORTDEV =pathname
Specifies the pathname used for temporary files created by the SyncSort utility.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
SORTDEV=unit-device-name
Specifies the unit device name if SAS dynamically allocates the sort work file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
SORTDEVWARN | NOSORTDEVWARN
Enables device type warnings.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
SORTDUP=PHYSICAL | LOGICAL
Specifies whether the SORT procedure removes duplicate variables based on all variables in a data set or the variables that remain after the DROP or KEEP data set options have been applied.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
SORTEQOP | NOSORTEQOP
Specifies whether the host sort utility supports the EQUALS option.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
SORTEQUALS | NOSORTEQUALS
Specifies whether observations in the output data set with identical BY variable values have a particular order.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
SORTLIB=physical-filename
Specifies the name of the sort library.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
SORTLIST | NOSORTLIST
Enables passing of the LIST parameter to the host sort utility.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
SORTMSG | NOSORTMSG
Controls the class of messages to be written by the host sort utility.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
SORTMSG=ddname
Specifies the ddname to be dynamically allocated for the message print file of the host sort utility.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
SORTNAME='host-sort-utility-name' -SORTNAME host-sort-utility-name
Specifies the name of the host sort utility.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
SORTNAME=host-sort-utility-name-SORTNAME host-sort-utility-name
Specifies the name fo the host sort utility
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
SORTNAME=host-sort-utility-name
Specifies the name of the host sort utility.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
SORTOPTS | NOSORTOPTS
Specifies whether the host sort utility supports the OPTIONS statement.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
SORTPARM='parameters' –SORTPARM 'parameters'
Specifies parameters for the host sort utility.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
SORTPARM=SyncSort-parameters-SORTPARM SyncSort-parameters
Specifies parameters for the SyncSort utility.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
SORTPARM='string'
Specifies parameters for the host sort utility.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
-SORTPGM SAS | HOST | BEST SORTPGM=SAS | HOST | BEST
Specifies whether SAS sorts using the SAS sort utility or the host sort utility.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-SORTPGM SAS | BEST | HOST SORTPGM = SAS | BEST | HOST
Specifies the sort utility that is used in the SORT procedure.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
SORTPGM=utility | BEST | HOST | SAS
Specifies which sort utility SAS uses, the SAS sort utility or the host sort utility.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
SORTPGM=BEST | HOST | SAS
Specifies whether SAS sorts using use the SAS sort utility or the host sort utility.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
SORTSEQ=collating-sequence
Specifies a language-specific collating sequence for the SORT and SQL procedures to use in the current SAS session.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS National Language Support: Reference Guide
SORTSHRB | NOSORTSHRB
Specifies whether the host sort interface can modify data in buffers.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
–SORTSIZE n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX SORTSIZE=n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the amount of memory available to the SORT procedure.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-SORTSIZE n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX SORTSIZE= n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the amount of memory available to the SORT procedure.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
SORTSIZE=n | nK | nM | n | G | MAX | SIZE
Specifies the SIZE parameter that SAS is to pass to the sort utility.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
SORTSIZE= n | nK | nM | nG | hex X | MIN | MAX
Specifies the amount of memory that is available to the SORT procedure.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
SORTSIZE= n | nK | nM | nG | nT | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the amount of memory that is available to the SORT procedure.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
SORTSUMF | NOSORTSUMF
Specifies whether the host sort utility supports the SUM FIELDS=NONE control statement.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
SORTUADCON | NOSORTUADCON
Specifies whether the host sort utility supports passing a user address constant to the E15/E35 exits.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
SORTUNIT=CYL<S> | TRK<S> | BLK<S> | n
Specifies the unit of allocation for sort work files.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
SORTVALIDATE | NOSORTVALIDATE
Specifies whether the SORT procedure verifies if a data set is sorted according to the variables in the BY statement when a user-specified sort order is denoted in the sort indicator.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
SORTWKDD=prefix
Specifies the prefix of sort work data sets.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
SORTWKNO=n
Specifies how many sort work data sets to allocate.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
SORTWORK= < libref > ; SORTWORK= path; SORTWORK=(< libref1 > | path1,< libref2 > | path2, ... < libref10 > | path10) NOSORTWORK
Defines locations for host sort work files.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
SOURCE | NOSOURCE
Specifies whether SAS writes source statements to the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
SOURCE2 | NOSOURCE2
Specifies whether SAS writes secondary source statements from included files to the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
SPAWN=WAIT | NOWAIT
Specifies that SAS is invoked in a SPAWN/NOWAIT subprocess.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
SPDEINDEXSORTSIZE= n | nK | nM | nG
Specifies the memory space size that the sorting utility can use when sorting values for creating an index.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Scalable Performance Data Engine: Reference
SPDEMAXTHREADS= n
Specifies the maximum number of threads that the SPD Engine can spawn for I/O processing.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Scalable Performance Data Engine: Reference
SPDESORTSIZE= n | nK | nM | nG
Specifies the memory space size that is needed for sorting operations used by the SPD Engine.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Scalable Performance Data Engine: Reference
SPDEUTILLOC= location | (location-1 ...location-n)
Specifies one or more file system locations in which the SPD Engine can temporarily store utility files.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Scalable Performance Data Engine: Reference
SPDEWHEVAL=COST | EVAL1 | EVAL3EVAL4
Specifies the process to determine which observations meet the condition or conditions of a WHERE expression.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Scalable Performance Data Engine: Reference
-SPLASH | -NOSPLASH -SPLASH ON | -SPLASH OFF
Specifies whether to display the splash screen (logo screen) when SAS starts.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
-SPLASHLOC DLL-name < res-number > | BMP-filename
Specifies the location of the splash screen bitmap that appears when SAS starts.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
SPOOL | NOSPOOL
Specifies whether SAS statements are written to a utility data set in the WORK data library.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
SQLCONSTDATETIME | NOSQLCONSTDATETIME
Specifies whether the SQL procedure replaces references to the DATE, TIME, DATETIME, and TODAY functions in a query with their equivalent constant values before the query executes.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
SQLMAPPUTTO= NONE | SAS_PUT
Specifies whether the PUT function is mapped to the SAS_PUT function for a database.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS for Relational Databases: Reference
SQLREDUCEPUT= ALL | NONE | DBMS | BASE
For the SQL procedure, specifies the engine type that a query uses for which optimization is performed by replacing a PUT function in a query with a logically equivalent expression.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
SQLREDUCEPUTOBS= n | nK | nM | nG | nT |hexX | MIN | MAX
For the SQL procedure when the SQLREDUCEPUT= system option is set to NONE, specifies the minimum number of observations that must be in a table in order for PROC SQL to consider optimizing the PUT function in a query.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
SQLREDUCEPUTVALUES= n | nK | nM | nG | nT | hexX | MIN | MAX
For the SQL procedure when the SQLREDUCEPUT= system option is set to NONE, specifies the maximum number of SAS format values that can exist in a PUT function expression in order for PROC SQL to consider optimizing the PUT function in a query.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
SQLREMERGE | NOSQLREMERGE
Specifies whether the SQL procedure can process queries that use remerging of data.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
SQLUNDOPOLICY=NONE | OPTIONAL | REQUIRED
Specifies whether the SQL procedure keeps or discards updated data if errors occur while the data is being updated.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
SSLCALISTLOC=file–path
Specifies the location of digital certificates for trusted certification authorities (CA).
Product: Base SAS
Document: Encryption in SAS
SSLCERTISS=issuer-of-digital-certificate
Specifies the name of the issuer of the digital certificate that SSL should use.
Product: Base SAS
Document: Encryption in SAS
SSLCERTLOC=file-path
Specifies the location of the digital certificate that is used for authentication.
Product: Base SAS
Document: Encryption in SAS
SSLCERTSERIAL=serial-number
Specifies the serial number of the digital certificate that SSL should use.
Product: Base SAS
Document: Encryption in SAS
SSLCERTSUBJ=subject-name
Specifies the subject name of the digital certificate that SSL should use.
Product: Base SAS
Document: Encryption in SAS
SSLCLIENTAUTH | NOSSLCLIENTAUTH
Specifies whether a server should perform client authentication.
Product: Base SAS
Document: Encryption in SAS
SSLCRLCHECK | NOSSLCRLCHECK
Specifies whether a Certificate Revocation List (CRL) is checked when a digital certificate is validated.
Product: Base SAS
Document: Encryption in SAS
SSLCRLLOC=file-path
Specifies the location of a Certificate Revocation List (CRL).
Product: Base SAS
Document: Encryption in SAS
SSLPKCS12LOC=file-path
Specifies the location of the PKCS #12 encoding package file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: Encryption in SAS
SSLPKCS12PASS=password
Specifies the password that SSL requires for decrypting the private key.
Product: Base SAS
Document: Encryption in SAS
SSLPVTKEYLOC=file-path
Specifies the location of the private key that corresponds to the digital certificate.
Product: Base SAS
Document: Encryption in SAS
SSLPVTKEYPASS=password
Specifies the password that SSL requires for decrypting the private key.
Product: Base SAS
Document: Encryption in SAS
-sspi | -nosspi
Identifies support for the Security Support Provider Interface for SSO connections to IOM servers.
Product: SAS Intelligence Platform
Document: SAS Intellegence Platform: Application Server Administration Guide
STAE | NOSTAE
Enables or disables a system abend exit.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
STARTLIB | NOSTARTLIB
Specifies whether SAS assigns user-defined permanent librefs when SAS starts.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
STATS | NOSTATS
Specifies whether statistics are to be written to the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
STAX | NOSTAX
Specifies whether to enable attention handling.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
–STDIO | –NOSTDIO
Specifies whether SAS should use stdin, stdout, and stderr.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
STEPCHKPT | NOSTEPCHKPT
Specifies whether checkpoint-restart data is to be recorded for a batch program.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
STEPCHKPTLIB=libref
Specifies the libref of the library where checkpoint-restart data is saved.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
STEPCHKPTLIB=libref
Specifies the libref of the library where checkpoint-restart data is saved.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
STEPRESTART | NOSTEPRESTART
Specifies whether to execute a batch program by using checkpoint-restart data.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-STIMEFMT value STIMEFMT=value
Specifies the format that is used to display the time on FULLSTIMER and STIMER output.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-STIMEFMT S | M | H | SECONDS | MINUTES | HOURS STIMEFMT=S | M | H | SECONDS | MINUTES | HOURS
Specifies the format to use for displaying the time on STIMER output.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
STIMEFMT=H | M | S
Specifies the format that is used to display time on STIMER output.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
STIMER | NOSTIMER
Specifies whether to write a subset of system performance statistics to the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
–STIMER | –NOSTIMER STIMER | NOSTIMER
Specifies whether to write a subset of system performance statistics to the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
STIMER | NOSTIMER
Specifies whether to write a subset of system performance statistics to the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
-STIMER | -NOSTIMER STIMER | NOSTIMER
Writes a subset of system performance statistics to the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
SUMSIZE= n | nK | nM | nG | nT | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies a limit on the amount of memory that is available for data summarization procedures when class variables are active.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
SVC11SCREEN | NOSVC11SCREEN
Specifies whether to enable SVC 11 screening to obtain host date and time information.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
SVGCONTROLBUTTONS | NOSVGCONTROLBUTTONS
Specifies whether to display the paging control buttons and an index in a multipage SVG document.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
SVGHEIGHT= number-of-units < unit-of-measure > | "" | "
Specifies the height of the viewport unless the SVG output is embedded in another SVG output; specifies the value of the height attribute of the outermost <svg> element in the SVG file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
SVGPRESERVEASPECTRATIO= align | meetOrSlice | NONE | "" SVGPRESERVEASPECTRATIO="align meetOrSlice"
Specifies whether to force uniform scaling of SVG output; specifies the preserveAspectRatio attribute on the outermost <svg> element.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
SVGTITLE="title" | "" | "
Specifies the title in the title bar of the SVG output; specifies the value of the <title> element in the SVG file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
SVGVIEWBOX="min-x min-y width height" | none | "" | ''
Specifies the coordinates, width, and height that are used to set the viewBox attribute on the outermost <svg> element, which enables SVG output to scale to the viewport.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
SVGWIDTH= number-of-units < unit-of-measure > | "" | "
Specifies the width of the viewport unless the SVG output is embedded in another SVG output; specifies the value of the width attribute in the outermost <svg> element in the SVG file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
SVGX= number-of-units < unit-of-measure > | "" | "
Specifies the x-axis coordinate of one corner of the rectangular region into which an embedded <svg> element is placed; specifies the x attribute in the outermost <svg> element in an SVG file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
SVGY= number-of-units < unit-of-measure > | "" | "
Specifies the y-axis coordinate of one corner of the rectangular region into which an embedded <svg> element is placed; specifies the y attribute in the outermost <svg> element in an SVG file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
SYMBOLGEN | NOSYMBOLGEN
Specifies whether the results of resolving macro variable references are written to the SAS log for debugging.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Macro Language: Reference
SYNCHIO | NOSYNCHIO
Specifies whether synchronous I/O is enabled.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
SYNTAXCHECK | NOSYNTAXCHECK
In non-interactive or batch SAS sessions, specifies whether to enable syntax check mode for multiple steps.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-SYSGUIFONT "font-name" < font-size >
Specifies a font to use for the button text and the descriptive text.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
–SYSIN filename | -NOSYSIN
Specifies the default location of SAS source code when running in batch mode.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-SYSIN file-specification | -NOSYSIN
Specifies a batch mode source file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
SYSIN=file-specification | NOSYSIN
Specifies the location of the primary SAS input data stream.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
SYSIN= file-specification NOSYSIN
Specifies the default location of SAS source programs.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
SYSINP=external-program-name
Specifies the name of an external program that provides SAS input statements.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
SYSLEAVE= n | nK | nM | (n| nK | nM, n | nK | nM)
Specifies how much memory to leave unallocated to ensure that SAS software tasks are able to terminate successfully.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
-SYSPARM <“> characters <”> SYSPARM=<“> characters <”>
Specifies a character string that can be passed to SAS programs.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
SYSPARM= <“> characters <”>
Specifies a character string that can be passed to SAS programs.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
SYSPARM='character-string'
Specifies a character string that can be passed to SAS programs.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Macro Language: Reference
SYSPREF=prefix
Specifies a prefix for partially qualified physical filenames.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
–SYSPRINT destination | 'destination option-list' SYSPRINT=destination | 'destination option-list'
Specifies the destination for printed output.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-SYSPRINTprinter-name<“destination”> SYSPRINT=printer-name<“destination”>
Specifies a destination printer for printing SAS output.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
SYSPRINT= * | DUMMY | ddname
Specifies the handling of output that is directed to the default print file.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
SYSPRINT=print-queue-name<“destination”>
Specifies the destination for printed output.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
-SYSPRINTFONT (“font-name<BOLD | NORMAL> <REGULAR | ITALIC> < character-set > < point-size > <NAMED “printer-name” | UPRINT= “printer-name” | DEFAULT | ALL> ) SYSPRINTFONT=font-name<BOLD | NORMAL> <REGULAR | ITALIC> < character-set > < point-size > <NAMED “printer-name” | UPRINT= “printer-name” | DEFAULT | ALL>
Specifies the font to use when SAS is printing to the current default printer.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
SYSPRINTFONT=(“face-name< weight > < style > < character-set > < point-size > <NAMED “printer-name ” | UPRINT=“printer-name ” | DEFAULT | ALL> )
Specifies the default font to use for printing, which can be overridden by explicitly specifying a font and an ODS style.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
SYSRPUTSYNC | NOSYSRPUTSYNC
Sets %SYSRPUT macro variables in the client session when the %SYSRPUT statements are executed rather than when a synchronization point is encountered.
Product: SAS/CONNECT
Document: SAS/CONNECT User's Guide
TAPECLOSE=REREAD | LEAVE | REWIND | DISP | FREE
Specifies how sequential access bound libraries on tape are handled when SAS closes the library data set.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
TBUFSIZE=buffer-size-in-bytes
Specifies the size of the buffer that is used by the SAS application layer for transferring data between a client and a server across a network.
Product: SAS/CONNECT
Document: SAS/CONNECT User's Guide
TBUFSIZE=value
Specifies the value of the default buffer size that the server uses for transferring data.
Product: SAS/SHARE
Document: SAS/SHARE User's Guide
TCPPORTFIRST=n
Specifies the first value in a range of TCP/IP ports for a client to use to connect to a server.
Product: SAS/CONNECT
Document: SAS/CONNECT User's Guide
TCPPORTLAST=n
Specifies the last value in a range of TCP/IP ports for a client to use to connect to a server.
Product: SAS/CONNECT
Document: SAS/CONNECT User's Guide
TERMINAL | NOTERMINAL
Specifies whether to associate a terminal with a SAS session.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
TERMIO=BLOCK | NOBLOCK
Specifies whether terminal I/O is blocking or non-blocking.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
TERMSTMT='statement(s)'
Specifies the SAS statements to execute when SAS terminates.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
TEXTURELOC= location
Specifies the location of textures and images that are used by ODS styles.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
THREADS | NOTHREADS
Specifies that SAS use threaded processing if it is available.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-TOOLDEF TOP | CENTER | BOTTOM <LEFT | CENTER | RIGHT>
Specifies the Toolbox display location.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
TOOLSMENU | NOTOOLSMENU
Specifies whether the Tools menu is included in SAS windows.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
TOPMARGIN= margin-size<margin-unit>
Specifies the print margin at the top of the page for output directed to an ODS printer destination.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
TRAINLOC=base-URL
Specifies the URL for SAS online training courses.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
TRANTAB=(catalog-entries)
Specifies the translation tables that are used by various parts of SAS.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS National Language Support: Reference Guide
UNIVERSALPRINT | NOUNIVERSALPRINT
Specifies whether to enable Universal Printing services.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
UPRINTCOMPRESSION | NOUPRINTCOMPRESSION
Specifies whether to enable compression of file created by some Universal Printer and SAS/GRAPH devices.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-UPRINTMENUSWITCH | -NOUPRINTMENUSWITCH
Enables the universal print commands in the File menu.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
-USER pathname USER='pathname' | libref
Specifies the name of the default permanent SAS library.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-USER library-specification USER=library-specification
Specifies the name of the default permanent SAS library.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
USER=library-specification
Specifies the location of the default SAS library.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
USER= library-specification
Specifies the default permanent SAS library.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
USER= library-specification
Specifies the default permanent SAS library.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
-USERICON icon-resource-filename number-of-icons
Specifies the pathname of the resource file associated with your user-defined icon.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
UTILLOC = location” | (“location1”, “location2”, ...)
Specifies location of certain types of temporary utility files.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
UTILLOC= WORK | location | (location-1... location-n)
Specifies one or more file system locations in which applications can store utility files.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
UUIDCOUNT= n | MIN | MAX
Specifies the number of UUIDs to acquire from the UUID Generator Daemon.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
UUIDGENDHOST= 'host-string'
Identifies the host and port or the LDAP URL that the UUID Generator Daemon runs on.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
V6CREATEUPDATE = ERROR | NOTE | WARNING | IGNORE
Specifies the type of message to write to the SAS log when Version 6 data sets are created or updated.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
V6GUIMODE | NOV6GUIMODE
Specifies whether SAS uses SAS 6 style SCL selection list windows.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
VALIDFMTNAME=LONG | FAIL | WARN
Specifies the maximum size (32 characters or 8 characters) that user-created format and informat names can be before an error or warning is issued.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
VALIDVARNAME= V7 | UPCASE | ANY
Controls the type of SAS variable names that can be used or created during a SAS session.
Product: SAS/ACCESS
Document: SAS/ACCESS for Relational Databases: Reference
VALIDVARNAME=V7 | UPCASE | ANY
Specifies the rules for valid SAS variable names that can be created and processed during a SAS session.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
VARLENCHK=NOWARN | WARN | ERROR
Specifies the type of message to write to the SAS log when the input data set is read using the SET, MERGE, UPDATE, or MODIFY statements.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
VERBOSE | NOVERBOSE
Specifies whether SAS writes the system option settings to the SAS log or to the batch log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
–VERBOSE | –NOVERBOSE
Specifies whether SAS writes the system option settings to the SAS log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
VERBOSE | NOVERBOSE
Specifies whether SAS writes the system options that are set when SAS starts to the VMS computer (for the SAS windowing environment) or to the batch log (in batch mode).
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
-VERBOSE | -NOVERBOSE
Controls whether SAS writes the settings of all the system options specified in the configuration file to either the terminal or the batch log.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
VIEWMENU | NOVIEWMENU
Specifies whether the View menu is included in SAS windows.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
VNFERR | NOVNFERR
Specifies whether SAS issues an error or warning when a BY variable exists in one data set but not another data set when processing the SET, MERGE, UPDATE, or MODIFY statements.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
VSAMLOAD | NOVSAMLOAD
Enables you to load a VSAM data set.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS VSAM Processing for z/OS
VSAMREAD | NOVSAMREAD
Enables the user to read a VSAM data set.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS VSAM Processing for z/OS
VSAMRLS | NOVSAMRLS
Enables record-level sharing for a VSAM data set.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS VSAM Processing for z/OS
VSAMUPDATE | NOVSAMUPDATE
Enables you to update a VSAM data set.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS VSAM Processing for z/OS
-WEBUI | -NOWEBUI
Specifies to enable Web enhancements.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
-WINDOWSMENU | -NOWINDOWSMENU WINDOWSMENU | NOWINDOWSMENU
Specifies to include or suppress the Window menu in windows that display menus.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
–WORK pathname
Specifies the location of the Work library.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
-WORK library-specification
Specifies the pathname for the directory containing the Work data library.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for Windows
WORK=library-specification
Specifies the location of the SAS WORK library.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
WORK= library-specification
Specifies the name of the directory under which the SAS Work directory is created.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
WORK= library-specification
Specifies the WORK data library.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
WORKCACHE= n | nK | hexX | MIN | MAX
Specifies the size of the I/O data cache allocated for a file in the Work library.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
–WORKINIT | –NOWORKINIT
Initializes the Work library.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
WORKINIT | NOWORKINIT
Specifies whether to initialize the WORK library at SAS invocation.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
–WORKPERMS permission-value
Sets the permissions of the SAS Work library when it is initially created.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
WORKTERM | NOWORKTERM
Specifies whether to erase the WORK files when SAS terminates.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
WTOUSERDESC= n
Specifies a WTO DATA step function descriptor code.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
WTOUSERMCSF=(BRDCAST | HRDCPY | NOTIME | BUSYEXIT)
Specifies WTO DATA step function MCS flags.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
WTOUSERROUT=n
Specifies a WTO DATA step function routing code.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
XCMD | NOXCMD
Specifies whether the X command is valid in the SAS session.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for z/OS
-XCMD | -NOXCMD
Specifies whether the X command is valid in the SAS session.
Product: Base SAS
Document: SAS Companion for the UNIX Environments
XCMD | NOXCMD