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44875 - "ERROR: THE NUMERIC VARIABLE MYVAR MAY NOT BE CONTINUED" might appear in FSEDIT if a numeric field is continued to more than one line- Usage Note

When opening a table into FSEDIT, you might receive the following error if your table contains a numeric field that is continued to the next line because the formatted value is too long to display on the same line. ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/44/875.html, 22KB


22078 - How to perform initial processing in the FSVIEW window- Usage Note

To perform initial processing in the FSVIEW window, your FORMULA entry must contain a computed variable. For example, suppose you want to suppress the note that appears on the message line in the display window ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/22/078.html, 21KB


22070 - How to display a custom error message in the FSEDIT window when a field is in error- Usage Note

If you have an FSEDIT SCL program that places variables in error and generates a custom error message, you should see this custom error message after you enter incorrect values in more than one field and press ENTER. ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/22/070.html, 20KB


22071 - How to access the FSEDIT Menu window when SCL logic removes all procedure-specific commands from the command line- Usage Note

If you accidentally add SCL logic to your FSEDIT screen that removes all procedure-specific commands from the command line, you might find that you cannot get back to the SCL program via the MODIFY command. If this ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/22/071.html, 20KB


22067 - Cannot tab to or view data in some fields within the FSEDIT window- Usage Note

It sounds like these fields are no longer defined to your custom FSEDIT screen. First, check that the variables are still in your data set. Then invoke FSEDIT and go into screen modification mode by issuing the MODIFY ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/22/067.html, 21KB


22079 - Unable to edit observations in the FSVIEW window when the data set is open in edit mode- Usage Note

By default, when the FSVIEW window is opened for editing, the procedure selects a control level of RECORD. To edit an observation with RECORD level control, you must first lock an observation for editing before you can ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/22/079.html, 20KB


22068 - How to move the cursor down a column instead of across a row when pressing ENTER in SAS/FSP® software- Usage Note

To move the cursor down a column instead of across a row when pressing ENTER in SAS/FSP software, specify the VTAB option in either the SETCR command or the SETCR function in SAS Component Language.

http://support.sas.com/kb/22/068.html, 20KB


22065 - How to add a new variable to the data set and a custom FSEDIT screen- Usage Note

The variable must first be added to the data set outside of the FSEDIT procedure. You can use the LENGTH statement in a DATA step to add the variable. Then reinvoke the FSEDIT procedure specifying your custom screen. Go ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/22/065.html, 21KB


795 - Your custom pmenu might not be displayed if SASHELP contains pmenu of the same name- Usage Note

If the name of the custom pmenu you attempt to associate with an FSP or AF window is the same as the name of a PMENU entry in the SASHELP.FSP or SASHELP.CORE catalog, then SAS might use the PMENU entry from the catalog ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/00/795.html, 21KB


20337 - Messages not visible in the FSEDIT Identify window within the Microsoft Windows environment- Usage Note

If you are in the FSEDIT Identify window and you cannot see the following prompt to associate a variable to a field, Please put cursor on field: fieldName and press ENTER .. or UNWANTED this is, most likely, because ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/20/337.html, 21KB


20140 - Interactive procedures which set the SYSERR automatic macro variable- Usage Note

The following interactive procedures set the SYSERR automatic macro variable: SAS/AF software PROC BUILD SAS/FSP software PROC FSBROWSE PROC FSEDIT PROC FSLETTER PROC FSVIEW Base SAS software PROC ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/20/140.html, 21KB


10253 - Terminal might beep when INSERT is turned on and you try to enter a value- Usage Note

Within an FSEDIT window in SAS/FSP Software, you are not allowed to enter data in a field when INSERT mode is turned on unless you have deleted any existing characters or blanks in the field. This could cause your ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/10/253.html, 22KB


17664 - SAS code following DM statement that opens VIEWTABLE, FSEDIT, or FSVIEW executes before window closes- Usage Note

The DM statement is only designed to stop when it invokes a SAS/AF window. If you use it to invoke the VIEWTABLE, FSEDIT, or FSVIEW windows, then it continues on to the statements that follow. To allow code following ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/17/664.html, 22KB


16783 - How to run an FSEDIT application on a Microsoft Windows server platform- Usage Note

To run an interactive FSEDIT application or any other interactive procedure from SAS/FSP software on a Microsoft Windows server platform, you will need the following: 1. SAS/FSP software installed on the server. 2 ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/16/783.html, 20KB


302 - Information on when SAS/FSP Software is needed- Usage Note

SAS/FSP Software is required to run the SAS/FSP procedures FSEDIT, FSBROWSE, FSVIEW and FSLETTER. The FSLIST procedure is now part of Base SAS Software so it does not require a license for SAS/FSP. Within SAS/ASSIST ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/00/302.html, 21KB


15146 - OK and CANCEL buttons may not display in Screen Print window- Usage Note

Within the FSEDIT and FSVIEW procedures of SAS/FSP Software, the OK and CANCEL buttons may not display in the Screen Print window when pmenus have been turned off for all windows. With pmenus turned off, a command line ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/15/146.html, 22KB


14154 - Value may not be found if variable name specified for search value on FIND command- Usage Note

Within the FSEDIT or FSBROWSE windows in SAS/FSP Software, no values may be found if you specify the name of a variable for the search value on the FIND command. The search value must be a literal value and not the name ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/14/154.html, 22KB


12857 - FSEDIT does not apply informats or formats to continued fields- Usage Note

FSEDIT does not apply informats or formats to values displayed in continued fields. To allow the formatted value to display in a continued field, you can use the PUT function in a SAS Component Language program such as ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/12/857.html, 21KB


10362 - Width of ID variables in the FSVIEW window cannot exceed 53 characters- Usage Note

The publication, SAS/FSP Software, Usage and Reference, Version 6, First Edition, incorrectly documents on page 390 that the combined width for all ID variables cannot exceed 60 columns. It also incorrectly documents ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/10/362.html, 22KB


10355 - How to get more blank fields for entering variable names in FSEDIT New window- Usage Note

The FSEDIT New window gives you room to enter 15 new variables at a time. When you have filled in all 15, you will receive 15 more if you move the thumb on the vertical scrollbar at the right of the window or if you ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/10/355.html, 21KB


10343 - Focus may go to tool bar if leave FSEDIT to display another window and then return- Usage Note

Within the FSEDIT window of SAS/FSP Software, if you are using ReflectionsX as your X window emulator and the default local window manager is set as Microsoft Manager, you may find that focus is sent to the tool bar ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/10/343.html, 21KB


339 - May not see cursor in SAS/FSP windows- Usage Note

Starting in Version 7.00 of the SAS System on PC platforms, the default behavior is to now hide the cursor in non-input windows. This includes the FSBROWSE, FSLIST, and FSVIEW windows of SAS/FSP Software in which ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/00/339.html, 20KB


2851 - Variable XXX specified on the Screen catalog is not the same type or length as on the SAS data set- Usage Note

In Version 8 of the SAS System, you may receive the following warning for all numeric variables whose lengths are less than 8 when you invoke an FSEDIT application if you used a combination of PROC CPORT and PROC COPY ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/2/851.html, 22KB


802 - Fatal ERROR: the screen variable X has been defined twice- Usage Note

Even though PROC SQL allows you to create a view with two variables by the same name, Screen Control Language does not allow this. Therefore, if you try to define a formula for a variable in the FSVIEW window on a view ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/00/802.html, 21KB


799 - ERROR: Unable to load XXX informat. Unable to load formula in FSVIEW- Usage Note

In the FSVIEW and FSEDIT procedures, the length of the format associated with a variable determines the width of that field on the default display screen. This can cause a problem for example in the FSVIEW procedure if ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/00/799.html, 22KB

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