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How Do I Locate My Site Number?

There are many different ways to locate your site number, depending on the SAS® software and operating system that you are using.

Select your SAS software product and then follow the subsequent instructions:





Foundation SAS® Products

Instructions are provided for three different situations that you might experience:

You Are Able to Launch SAS (there are three options—Option 1 is recommended)

SAS Is Installed but You Are Unable to Launch SAS (there are three options)

You Are Installing SAS (there are four options)





Other SAS® Products

Dataflux® Software

You can locate your site number by going to the DataFlux Portal. Select Customer Profile at the bottom of the main window in the Customer Information box.

Enterprise Reporter® Software

  1. Launch SAS Enterprise Reporter.
  2. Select Help►View Enterprise Reporter Log. The site number is located at the top of the log.

JMP® Software

Note: JMP software refers to the site number as a serial number or site ID.

  • Windows and Linux, JMP 6 and later:
    1. Launch JMP.
    2. Select Help►About JMP.
    3. Click the User icon. The site number appears.
  • Macintosh OSX:
    1. Launch JMP.
    2. Select Help►About JMP. The site number appears.

SAS®Activity-Based Management

  1. If your Base SAS software is accessible, launch SAS and browse the contents of your SAS log. The site number should appear in the second note.
  2. Search for the site number in the logs of either a metadata server, workspace server, or stored process server.
  3. If you do not have access to a server log file, or the server log file does not contain the site number, you should contact the SAS Installation Representative at your site or contact SAS Technical Support.

SAS® Add-In for Microsoft Office

  1. Launch your Microsoft Office product (Excel, Word, or PowerPoint).
  2. Click the SAS tab and then select Help►About SAS Add-In for Microsoft Office. An information box with the site number appears.

SAS® AppDev Studio

Launch SAS (there are three options—Option 1 is recommended)

  • Option 1
    1. Browse the notes at the top of the SAS log.
    2. The site number appears in the second note. Here is an example:

      NOTE: Copyright (c) 2002-2011 by SAS Institute Inc., Cary, NC, USA.
      NOTE: SAS (r) Proprietary Software 9.3 (TS1M1)
      Licensed to Sample-Company, Site 0000000001.

  • Option 2
    1. In the SAS editor window, type the following code:

      %put &syssite;

    2. Select Run►Submit. Your site number appears in the SAS log window. Here is an example:

      1 %put &syssite;
      0000000001


  • Option 3
    1. Select Help►About SAS X (X is the version of SAS).
    2. Click the Siteinfo button. The Siteinfo information box appears, which contains the site number.

SAS/C® Compiler

Refer to the first page of a compiler listing in SYSPRINT, just before the list of compiler options that are in effect.

SAS/C Cross-Platform Compiler for UNIX, Linux, and Windows

Execute the dset utility as described in the Installation Instructions, Appendix A.

The format for the dset utility command is dset license_data_file.

SAS® Data Integration Studio

  1. Launch SAS Data Integration Studio.
  2. Select Tools►Source Editor. Type the following code in the editor window:

    %put &syssite;

  3. Click the Running Man icon on the toolbar to submit the code.
  4. Click the Log tab at the bottom of the Source Editor window.
  5. Search for Site to locate the string Site your-site-number.

SAS® Drug Development

  1. If your Base SAS software is accessible, launch SAS and browse the contents of your SAS log. The site number appears in the second note.
  2. Search for the site number in the logs of either a metadata server, workspace server, or stored process server.
  3. If you do not have access to a server log file, or the server log file does not contain the site number, contact the SAS Installation Representative at your site or contact SAS Technical Support.

SAS® Enterprise Guide®

  • Option 1
    1. Launch SAS Enterprise Guide.
    2. Select Help►About SAS Enterprise Guide. An information box appears, which includes the site number.

  • Option 2
    1. Launch SAS Enterprise Guide.
    2. In the code window, type in the following code:

      %put &syssite;

    3. Select Run►Submit. Your site number appears in the SAS log window.

SAS® Enterprise Miner

  • SAS Enterprise Miner 7.1, single machine installations
    1. Launch the SAS Enterprise Miner client.
    2. Open any project and run your diagram flow.
    3. Right-click on Results and select View►SAS Results►Log.
    4. Search for Site at the top of the log to identify your site number.

  • SAS Enterprise Miner 6.x and earlier and SAS Enterprise Miner thin clients
    • Option 1
      1. Launch the SAS Enterprise Miner client.
      2. Select Help ► Configuration.
      3. Search for SAS Site Number, which is included under the information for the SAS Workspace Server.
    • Option 2
      1. Launch the SAS Enterprise Miner client.
      2. Open any project.
      3. Select View ► Log.
      4. Search for Site at the top of the log to identify your site number.

SAS® Financial Intelligence

  1. If your Base SAS software is accessible (typically on the data tier), launch SAS and browse the contents of your SAS log. The site number appears in the second note. See Option 1.
  2. Search for the site number in the logs of either a metadata server, workspace server, or stored process server. See SAS Note 20058 "Where to locate logs for SAS® Financial Management on Windows/WebLogic".
  3. If you do not have access to a server log file, or the server log file does not contain the site number, contact the SAS Installation Representative at your site or contact SAS Technical Support.

SAS® Forecast Studio

  1. Launch SAS Forecast Studio.
  2. Select Help►About SAS Forecast Studio►Configuration Details.
  3. Search for SAS Site Number, which is included under the information for the SAS Workspace Server.

SAS® Human Capital Management

  1. If your Base SAS software is accessible (typically on the data tier), launch SAS and browse the contents of your SAS log. The site number appears in the second note. See Option 1.
  2. Search for the site number in the logs of either a metadata server, workspace server, or stored process server.
  3. If you do not have access to a server log file, or the server log file does not contain the site number, contact the SAS Installation Representative at your site or contact SAS Technical Support.

SAS® Information Delivery Portal

  1. If your Base SAS software is accessible, launch SAS and browse the contents of your SAS log. The site number should appear in the second note.
  2. Search for the site number in the logs of either a metadata server, workspace server, or stored process server.
  3. If you do not have access to a server log file, or the server log file does not contain the site number, contact the SAS Installation Representative at your site or contact SAS Technical Support.

SAS® Information Map Studio

  1. If your Base SAS software is accessible, launch SAS and browse the contents of your SAS log. The site number should appear in the second note.
  2. Search for the site number in the logs of either a metadata server, workspace server, or stored process server.
  3. If you do not have access to a server log file, or the server log file does not contain the site number, contact the SAS Installation Representative at your site or contact SAS Technical Support.

SAS® IT Resource Management

  1. If your Base SAS software is accessible, launch SAS and browse the contents of your SAS log. The site number should appear in the second note.
  2. Search for the site number in the logs of either a metadata server, workspace server, or stored process server.
  3. If you do not have access to a server log file, or the server log file does not contain the site number, contact the SAS Installation Representative at your site or contact SAS Technical Support.

SAS Learning Edition

The site number for SAS Learning Edition is 42234001.

Note: SAS does not provide technical support for SAS Learning Edition. Limited support for SAS Learning Edition is available via the Product Help links on the SAS Learning Edition Web site.

SAS® Marketing Automation

  1. Launch the Campaign Studio Client.
  2. Select View►Logs. The log displays.
  3. Search for Site to identify your site number.

SAS® Merchandise Planning

Note: There is no site number for SAS Merchandise Planning software. Contact SAS Technical Support. If you submit an electronic request, ensure that you speficy the product value as SAS Merchandise Planning in the text of your e-mail message.

SAS® OLAP Cube Studio

  1. If your Base SAS software is accessible, launch SAS and browse the contents of your SAS log. The site number appears in the second note.
  2. Search for the site number in the logs of either a metadata server, workspace server, or stored process server.
  3. If you do not have access to a server log file, or the server log file does not contain the site number, contact the SAS Installation Representative at your site or contact SAS Technical Support.

SAS® OnDemand for Academics

The site number for SAS OnDemand for Academics is 00700315.

SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server®

  1. Navigate to the !SPDSROOT/lic directory.
  2. Search the file spds.lic for the site number.
    Note: !SPDSROOT is the root directory into which SAS Scalable Performance Data Server is installed.

SAS® Strategy Management

  1. If your Base SAS software is accessible, launch SAS and browse the contents of your SAS log. The site number appears in the second note. See Option 1.
  2. Search for the site number in the logs of either a metadata server, workspace server, or stored process server.
  3. If you do not have access to a server log file, or the server log file does not contain the site number, contact the SAS Installation Representative at your site or contact SAS Technical Support.

SAS Supplier Intelligence Solutions

  1. If your Base SAS software is accessible, launch SAS and browse the contents of your SAS log. The site number appears in the second note.
  2. Search for the site number in the logs of either a metadata server, workspace server, or stored process server.
  3. If you do not have access to a server log file, or the server log file does not contain the site number, contact the SAS Installation Representative at your site or contact SAS Technical Support.

SAS® Web OLAP Viewer for Java

  1. If your Base SAS software is accessible, launch SAS and browse the contents of your SAS log. The site number appears in the second note.
  2. Search for the site number in the logs of either a metadata server, workspace server, or stored process server.
  3. If you do not have access to a server log file, or the server log file does not contain the site number, contact the SAS Installation Representative at your site or contact SAS Technical Support.

SAS® Web OLAP Viewer for .NET

  1. If your Base SAS software is accessible, launch SAS and browse the contents of your SAS log. The site number appears in the second note.
  2. Search for the site number in the logs of either a metadata server, workspace server, or stored process server.
  3. If you do not have access to a server log file, or the server log file does not contain the site number, contact the SAS Installation Representative at your site or contact SAS Technical Support.

SAS® Web Report Studio

  1. If your Base SAS software is accessible, launch SAS and browse the contents of your SAS log. The site number appears in the second note.
  2. Search for the site number in the logs of either a metadata server, workspace server, or stored process server.
  3. If you do not have access to a server log file, or the server log file does not contain the site number, contact the SAS Installation Representative at your site or contact SAS Technical Support.

SAS® Web Report Viewer

  1. If your Base SAS software is accessible, launch SAS and browse the contents of your SAS log. The site number appears in the second note.
  2. Search for the site number in the logs of either a metadata server, workspace server, or stored process server.
  3. If you do not have access to a server log file, or the server log file does not contain the site number, contact the SAS Installation Representative at your site or contact SAS Technical Support.

SYSTEM 2000® data management software

Browse the S2K.SOURCE data set in the member SETBTEXT. This data set contains the site number.