|Date: ||Fri, 8 Oct 2004 14:53:31 -0700|
|Reply-To: ||David Fickbohm <DavidF@HOMEGAIN.COM>|
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|From: ||David Fickbohm <DavidF@HOMEGAIN.COM>|
|Subject: ||Re: Discouraged with Version 9.1 of SAS|
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Am I understanding you correctly ? Proc Report is NOT supported in version
9.1 of SAS?
From: Don Stanley [mailto:don_stanley@PARADISE.NET.NZ]
Sent: Friday, October 08, 2004 2:48 PM
Subject: Re: Discouraged with Version 9.1 of SAS
and proc print ....
WARNING: PROC PRINT does not fully support the ODS Document in this release.
I wonder what is supported. proc tabulate I suppose, which most of my
users run a mile from.
Jack Hamilton wrote:
> Yes, it's disappointing that PROC REPORT doesn't support ODS documents.
> Perhaps someone at WUSS next week will tell me what the future plans
> Most of what can be done with PROC REPORT can be done with PROC
> Manager, Technical Development
> Metrics Department, First Health
> West Sacramento, California USA
>>>>"Roger DeAngelis" <xlr82sas@AOL.COM> 10/07/2004 3:08 PM >>>
> Hi All,
> First I tried
> proc sql;
> select median(age) from Sashelp.class;
> But it returned each age.
> I realize there is no sense of order in a relational database and
> the median would be difficult to implement. Looks like the
> median is even less useful than the 'montonic' fuction
> Next I tried to use 'proc document' with 'proc report' and
> got a response that 'report' was not supported. (Tabulate and Print
> are supported)
Don Stanley, B.SC, Dip O.R.S, MNZCS
http://www.syswaregroup.com , http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~ashluke