Posts Tagged ‘ Stored Process Tips ’

Three of the Most Common SAS Stored Process Errors

March 25, 2013
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Three of the Most Common SAS Stored Process Errors

SAS Stored Process LET Statement

If you want to learn how to create a stored process at the SAS Global Forum 2013, then make sure you attend the “Building Your First Stored Process” Hands On workshop that...
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Make Your Selection Group Prompt More User Friendly

March 19, 2013
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Make Your Selection Group Prompt More User Friendly

stored process pox at the sas global forum 2013

Angela and I spent Sunday morning putting the finishing touches on our SAS Global Forum video, Selection Group Prompts with SAS® Stored Processes: More Power, Less Programming.  While at the...
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SAS Stored Processes: Querying a Stored Process from Excel without the Add-In

February 20, 2013
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SAS Stored Processes: Querying a Stored Process from Excel without the Add-In

Stig Eide

What do I have in common with a guy in Norway?  Well, if you look at my last name Aanderud – you might think he is a family member.  Turns out Stig Eide and I both use SAS Stored Processes to solve issues!  Recently this SAS...
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Don’t worry about Your Web Report Studio Style When Including a Stored Process

February 2, 2013
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Don’t worry about Your Web Report Studio Style When Including a Stored Process

Web Report Studio Style Change

When you need to add or link a stored process  to your Web Report Studio report, you might be worried that it will not look the same.  For instance –...
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SAS Stored Process: Debugging from the URL

December 18, 2012
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Here’s an excerpt from “The 50 Keys to Learning SAS Stored Processes” book, which is 20% off until Dec 31. When Bad Things Happen to Good Stored Processes When the stored process fails, a standard error message appears with a button...
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SAS Stored Process: Shake, Rattle, and a lil’ DelGobbo Style

November 7, 2012
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One of the great things about attending user conferences such as WUSS is that you get to meet all kinds of fun and interesting people.  Vince DelGobbo is a witty, smart, and clever SAS developer, who also happens to work at SAS Institute.  Vince work...
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SAS Stored Process: Benefits of Minimalist Programming

September 20, 2012
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SAS Stored Process: Benefits of Minimalist Programming

Minimalism SAS stored processes can do a lot.  While I haven’t taken on the life of a true minimalist, recently I have come to see the benefits of limiting my stored process source code to just one statement.  And the best part of this practice is, I can still do everything I want. When...
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SAS Stored Process: Ignore the Log at Your Own Peril

July 5, 2012
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I love our readers – especially when they have a great idea they want to share. Quentin McMullen, who has been programming in SAS for 15 years, primarily in clinical trials and public health... [Read the full article at the Http://www.bi-notes....
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