|SAS Procedures under Windows|
|Windows specifics:||Name and location of transport file|
|See:||CIMPORT Procedure in Base SAS Procedures Guide|
|PROC CIMPORT destination=libref| <libref.>member-name <option(s)>;|
Note: This is a simplified version of the CIMPORT procedure syntax. For the complete syntax and its explanation, see the CIMPORT procedure in Base SAS Procedures Guide.
Note: PROC CIMPORT processes a file generated by PROC CPORT, not a transport file generated by the XPORT engine.
Note: You can use the MIGRATE procedure, beginning with SAS 9.1, to migrate a SAS library from a previous release.
If you omit the INFILE= option and have not defined the reserved fileref SASCAT, SAS tries to read from a file named SASCAT.DAT in your working directory. If no file by that name exists, the following error message is issued and the procedure terminates, assuming that C:\SAS has been defined as the working directory:
ERROR: Physical file does not exist, C:\SAS\SASCAT.DAT
ERROR: Given transport file is bad.
The MIGRATE procedure and cross-release compatibility at http://support/sas.com/migration and the Base SAS Procedures Guide.