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2012-04-12

24440 - Available documentation and instructional resources for SAS/AF® software- Usage Note

This is a summary of resources available for SAS/AF software. This listing includes SAS Global Forum papers, classroom courses offered by SAS Education, and documentation offered by SAS Publishing.

http://support.sas.com/kb/24/440.html, 24KB

2010-10-13

41114 - WHERE clauses that reference functions will execute slowly in SCL code- Problem Note

When writing SCL code in SAS/AF® 9.2, any WHERE clauses that reference functions will execute slowly. In fact, the more functions that you reference in a WHERE clause, the worse the performance will be. Here are some ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/41/114.html, 26KB

2009-10-27

37432 - The Enhanced Editor might not work with SCL code in SAS® 9.2- Problem Note

In SAS 9.2, attempting to use the Enhanced Editor to modify SCL code might not work.

http://support.sas.com/kb/37/432.html, 21KB

2009-03-30

35149 - Executing a method from within a DATEPART or PUT function might result in syntax errors- Problem Note

When you execute a method within a DATEPART or PUT function, you might see syntax errors such as the following: ERROR 22-322: Syntax error, expecting one of the following: _NEO_, _NEW_. ERROR 76-322: Syntax error, ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/35/149.html, 23KB

2009-01-22

34531 - How to Pass Parameters to a SAS/AF® Application via the AF Command- Sample

This sample explains how to use SCL list functions to make parameters that are passed on the AF command available to user-written applications.

http://support.sas.com/kb/34/531.html, 27KB

2008-05-08

31795 - Dragging the cursor to an unselected item within the Radio Box control can unexpectedly update the internal value for the unselected item- Problem Note

In a Frame entry within the container area of the Radio Box control, if you click and hold the mouse button without making a selection, and then release the cursor over an item, then that item will not appear to be ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/31/795.html, 22KB

2008-03-19

31167 - How to Determine the Size of an Image File by Using the IMGOP Function- Sample

The IMGOP function, available in the SAS® Component Language (SCL), can be used to manipulate and retrieve information about an image file.

http://support.sas.com/kb/31/167.html, 24KB

2007-11-21

30562 - SCL SORT function fails when specifying more than one SAS Data Set option on the OUT= option- Problem Note

If you use the SORT function in SAS Component Language to sort a table to an output table by specifying the OUT= option and you specify more than one SAS data set option as in the following example, rc=sort(dsid, ' ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/30/562.html, 23KB

2007-03-20

19766 - SAS/AF® application prematurely terminates after repeated calls to LISTC, LISTN, or SHOWLIST functions- Problem Note

If you repeatedly call the LISTC, LISTN, or SHOWLIST functions in SAS® Component Language (SCL), a memory overwrite might occur causing your SAS/AF application to terminate prematurely. Select the Hot Fix tab in this ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/19/766.html, 22KB

2007-03-05

19607 - ATTRC function in SAS Component Language does not return label for an SQL view- Problem Note

If you query the label attribute of an SQL view with the ATTRC function in SAS Component Language (SCL) in either an SCL program or the DATA step, the function returns a missing value instead of the label. To ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/19/607.html, 22KB

2006-08-01

17725 - The PUTC function in SAS® Component Language might return unformatted results- Problem Note

If a user-defined format is created with a minimum length that is greater than the length of the variable, the PUTC function might return the unformatted result in SAS Component Language (SCL) programs. This is not the ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/17/725.html, 22KB

2006-03-07

17125 - LOCATEC/N function is counting deleted rows in its search- Problem Note

The LOCATEC/N function in SAS Component Language (SCL) is documented to skip deleted rows as it performs its search. On the mainframe only, this function is not skipping deleted rows in the count of the number of rows ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/17/125.html, 20KB

2005-08-03

15870 - Cannot gray pmenu item named "File" with the WINFO function in SCL- Problem Note

If you attempt to use the PMENUGRAY action for the WINFO function in SAS Component Language (SCL) to gray a pmenu item named

http://support.sas.com/kb/15/870.html, 21KB

2005-03-31

14836 - Might receive Read/Write Access Violation error with LIBNAME function- Problem Note

Within SAS Component Language (SCL) code, you might receive a read or write access violation error if the engine options argument to the LIBNAME function exceeds 200 bytes. This error might be seen if the quoted string ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/14/836.html, 22KB

2005-01-27

13946 - "Read access violations in Task Build in GetModuleFilename" error message when compiling or running SCL programs- Usage Note

When you compile SCL programs or run SCL programs, the following error message appears: Read access violations in Task Build in Getmodulefilename. The problem is linked to using the Enhanced Editor when compiling ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/13/946.html, 21KB

2005-01-17

14131 - "Statement is not valid" errors received when SAS/AF invoked with DM statement- Problem Note

If you invoke a SAS/AF application with a DM statement, dm 'af c=lib.cat.main.frame' continue; and the INIT section of the SAS Component Language (SCL) program has a SUBMIT block that executes an RSUBMIT block, you ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/14/131.html, 22KB

2004-08-31

13120 - SCL code continues when Contents window displays- Problem Note

Within SAS Component Language (SCL) in SAS 9, the SCL code immediately following a call to the CONTENTS function might execute before the Contents window is closed. In SAS 8.2, the SCL code following a call to the ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/13/120.html, 21KB

2004-06-08

12483 - Abend compiling SCL entry created through SAS Explorer- Problem Note

An abend may occur when compiling an SCL entry in SAS/AF Software through the SAS Explorer that was created by saving the contents of the Enhanced Editor using File -> Save As Object from the pull-down menu bar. This ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/12/483.html, 21KB

2004-05-07

12290 - Lines of text in SCL program may wrap incorrectly in SAS 9- Problem Note

After migrating a SAS/AF application from Version 8 of the SAS System to SAS 9, you may encounter syntax errors due to long lines of text in your SAS Component Language (SCL) program being wrapped incorrectly. To ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/12/290.html, 22KB

2003-12-17

11379 - HP ScanJet scanner and KODAK DC40 camera are no longer supported by the IMGOP SCL function- Usage Note

Both the HP ScanJet scanner and the KODAK DC40 camera are no longer supported when reading images in from a device using the IMGOP function in SAS Component Language (SCL). The Twain scanner is still supported.

http://support.sas.com/kb/11/379.html, 21KB

2012-04-12

24440 - Available documentation and instructional resources for SAS/AF® software

This is a summary of resources available for SAS/AF software. This listing includes SAS Global Forum papers, classroom courses offered by SAS Education, and documentation offered by SAS Publishing.

http://support.sas.com/kb/24/440.html, 30KB

2009-10-27

37432 - The Enhanced Editor might not work with SCL code in SAS® 9.2

In SAS 9.2, attempting to use the Enhanced Editor to modify SCL code might not work.

http://support.sas.com/kb/37/432.html, 27KB

2009-06-25

24450 - Removing the command line from a SAS/AF® Frame entry

The technique you use to prevent the command line from displaying in a SAS/AF Frame entry depends on your SAS environment. If you are executing SAS in the Microsoft Windows environment and the status bar is displayed, ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/24/450.html, 28KB

2009-03-30

35149 - Executing a method from within a DATEPART or PUT function might result in syntax ...

When you execute a method within a DATEPART or PUT function, you might see syntax errors such as the following: ERROR 22-322: Syntax error, expecting one of the following: _NEO_, _NEW_. ERROR 76-322: Syntax error, ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/35/149.html, 28KB

2009-01-22

34531 - How to Pass Parameters to a SAS/AF® Application via the AF Command

This sample explains how to use SCL list functions to make parameters that are passed on the AF command available to user-written applications.

http://support.sas.com/kb/34/531.html, 32KB

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