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The OPTLOAD Procedure

Overview: OPTLOAD Procedure

What Does the OPTLOAD Procedure Do?

The OPTLOAD procedure reads SAS system option settings that are stored in the SAS registry or a SAS data set and puts them into effect.

You can load SAS system option settings from a SAS data set or registry key by using one of these methods:

When an option is restricted by the site administrator, and the option value that is being set by PROC OPTLOAD differs from the option value that was established by the site administrator, SAS issues a Warning message to the log.

Some SAS options will not be saved with PROC OPTSAVE and therefore cannot be loaded with the PROC OPTLOAD statement. The following is a list of these options:

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