Using OLE

This section describes errors that you can receive while using the Windows object linking and embedding (OLE) capability in your SAS applications.
OLE Error: nnnnnnnn<error message text>
An OLE error not documented in this section has occurred. If you receive this error message and cannot determine its cause from the given error message text, contact your SAS Installation Representative, who can determine the cause of the error. The SAS Installation Representative might have to call the SAS Institute Technical Support Division.
OLE: Unable to Paste Special. The clipboard contains no supported formats.
The Windows clipboard does not contain any formats that SAS/AF software can use in the FRAME entry.
... Do you want to invoke the Links dialog box?
The data source of the link could not be found. You have the option of invoking the Links dialog box to redirect the link to another data source.
OLE: Operation not allowed on static object.
Static objects do not support this operation. A static object is basically a picture of an object; it does not contain nor is it linked to any data.
Static objects cannot be converted.
You cannot convert static objects to another type.
OLE: Verb is invalid for the object.
The OLE verb that was passed to the object was invalid or could not be sent. Check your SCL code for a misspelled verb.
OLE: Server application could not be launched.
The server application for the object could not be invoked. You can be missing some executables, or perhaps your network connection is down.
OLE: Member or one of the named parameters is not known.
You specified a member (that is, a property or method) that is not valid for the OLE object that you are automating. For information about the members that are supported, see the documentation for the OLE server application.
OLE: Access to multi-dimensional arrays not supported.
SAS does not support multi-dimensional arrays. If you want to access multi-dimensional data from a server application, you must first use the server application to present the data in a one-dimensional format.
OLE: Object cannot be automated.
This object does not support automation.
OLE: One of the parameters is of the wrong type. OLE: One of the parameters is not a valid type. OLE: One of the parameters is out of the present range.
A parameter passed to an OLE automation server's method is not the correct type and cannot be interpreted.
OLE: Application is busy.
The OLE server application is busy with a task and cannot honor the current request.
OLE: Control is not licensed for use.
You do not have appropriate licensing to use a control of this type. For more information, see the control's documentation.
OLE: Unable to connect to network device:UNC-drive-name
The linked object exists on a network drive that is currently not connected. The UNC name for the drive follows the message.
There is no object selected for conversion.
The Convert dialog box was invoked but there are no selected objects to convert.
There are no linked objects in this window.
The Links dialog box was invoked but the frame does not contain any linked OLE objects.