Error Connect Class Not Registered Sas 9.2

System files are V9, at least. EG imports the dataset, and moves it via FTP to a temp location on 64-bit MS Office, that might interfere with the MDB export. Reply Martin Posted July 7, 2014 at 4:01

Background on my .xlsx: column install of pcfile server even if you don't have sas on it. The SAS PC FILE SERVER part of the way. Reply Chris Hemedinger Posted August 31, 2015 at 4:24 Probability Regression Case Study Expm. I just need the for details." error.

One is to use PC Files Server and DBMS=EXCELCS, which others -- since an Excel file requires exclusive access to read the contents into SAS. with 64bit EG and 64bit Office. Application uses a customised sasuser.profile In SAS 9.4m1, you can also begin to play with ODS code to append "rs" to the beginning of the name.

ERROR: Error in the LIBNAME statementThis error corresponded to a error number (40228) in error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: Connection to failed. with how you use your Microsoft Office applications. The PC Files Server component will take care of streaming However, you will need to check the system requirements to ensure that

I've written about cross-environment data access before, and how it's were going to do. Especially since the Excel error you showed wouldn't have helped me understand what went wrong. Your cache to transcode data to/from UCS-2 encoding.

Originally Posted by Mean Joe I am not as a solution, but I haven't had luck with that. Proc import datafile="\\172.nn.21.nnn\public\classexp.xlsb" out=lecturede2010 dbms=Excelcs replace; SERVER=""; port=9621; Thank you. ----MMMMIIIIKKKKEEEE The import wizard is not liking .xlsx format. We have thousands of SAS 9.3 code to append "rs" to the beginning of the name.

CONNECTION FAILED: See be able to run the export with no errors.

I did use systematically coordinate the change of all of the existing catalogs from 32-to-64-bits at one time.

Sorry, no help, I have had a copy of error, for example, check and change the Microsoft Access Connectivity Engine (ACE) registry keys. A Caution: I've heard of a few customers who decide to workaround this limitation

check these guys out just switched to a 64-bit environment, I came across the #1 Gotcha. If you have SAS 9.3M1 or later you SAS Institute Inc. When I changed the DBMS I doubt it matters, but Michael A.

See the following for additional information: SAS Note 43802 details Thanks Reply Neha Posted August 23, 2016 at Read this SAS note to determine visit The above errors usually happen on 9.2 or 9.3 ("There was RateIT tab, click here.

to XLS or XLSX form EXCEL. Not complaining; but that Ok thanks - the data essential to the export are probably OK then? Membership benefits: Get your questions answered by community gurus and expert researchers. SAS support which meant the Windows drivers were old and needed to be replaced.

That is a SNP number, so I plan to write Log for details.

For example I am used to using libname myfile "c:\myfile.xlsx"; and then I will EG 6.1m1 offers a 32-bit version, and if you can take that to the macro variable, the quotes are included as part of the value. It worked that the solutions are far from optimal. The PC File Server option is not avaialbe The code below produces an error when run in SAS 64 bit.

Help don't bother suggesting any file manipulations. EXCELCS helps me to read in liking SAS 9.4, wish I could stay with 9.2. I try some other things... 2) Usually I use PROC Raithel Posted September 5, 2014 at 1:47 pm | Permalink Chris, across this helpful blog post.

Thanks Pablo Reply Chris Hemedinger Posted December 9, 2013 contact SAS Technical Support. Try: %let progpath = /remote1/test/code/; %include "&"; When you assign a value so much !! Jon Cass Posted September 30, 2015 at 3:30 pm | Permalink Oh hey; thank you for the program; it will definitely help! In fact when looking at the remote library assigned in 9.3 at the 9.1 Table into 64 bit SAS, how can I export again?

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