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XML Mapper

The SAS XML Mapper is a stand-alone Java application. It generates XMLMaps that are used by the SAS XML LIBNAME engine to provide enhanced support for XML processing. To download XML Mapper, see the Base SAS Software downloads. The application has online Help attached. From the menu bar, select Help, and then Help Topics.

Quick tutorials:

SAS 9.4

See the SAS 9.4 XML LIBNAME Engine: Userís Guide.

See also the SAS 9.4 XMLV2 engine tip sheet (.pdf). For the tip sheet, we put the most frequently used information on one sheet of paper. Print landscape on both sides of legal-sized (8.5 x 14 inches) paper.

SAS 9.3

XMLV2 is the engine nickname to access the enhanced XML LIBNAME engine functionality. The previous nickname - XML92 - is supported as an alias. XMLV2 functionality is production, except in the z/OS operating environment, where it is preproduction. The XMLMap syntax for version 2.1 now supports XML namespaces. See the SAS 9.3 XML LIBNAME Engine: Userís Guide.

See also the SAS 9.3 XMLV2 engine tip sheet (.pdf) and its example code (.zip). For the tip sheet, we put the most frequently used information on one sheet of paper. Print landscape on both sides of legal-sized (8.5 x 14 inches) paper.

Read about Advanced XML Processing with SAS 9.3 (.pdf)

SAS 9.2

By specifying the engine nickname XML92, you can access the new SAS 9.2 XML LIBNAME engine functionality with enhancements and changes. In the third maintenance release for SAS 9.2, XML92 functionality is production. See the SAS 9.2 XML LIBNAME Engine: Userís Guide, Second Edition.

SAS 9.1.3

See the 9.1.3 topic for what's new documentation and the user's guide. Features added to SAS 9.1.3 XML engine are not available from the SAS 8.2 hot fix.

PROC CDISC

Are you looking for support of CDISC-formatted XML? See the CDISC pages.

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Your Turn

The developers, testers, and documenters are very excited about the potential of these new capabilities. You can send electronic mail to xmlengine@sas.com with your comments.