Date: Wed, 15 Nov 2006 18:40:47 -0800
Reply-To: "Sierra Information Services (Andrew Karp)" <sfbay0001@AOL.COM>
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From: "Sierra Information Services (Andrew Karp)" <sfbay0001@AOL.COM>
Subject: Re: problems with sas and java
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I had the same problem recently, and following the advice in the
technical notes you found fixed it fo rme.
One issue might be the choice of style template. When using ODS Stat
Graphics I stick to ANALYSIS, JOURNAL and the STATISTICAL styles.
Other than that, it sounds like it's time for a call in to SAS Tech
Support. Remember, Stat Graphics is experimental in SAS 9.1, so things
crop up that will hopefully be resolved with 9.2 ships. In fact,
reporting your problem to SAS may help them identify something they
need to fix in the next release.
Sorry I cannot be of more assistance.
Sierra Information Services
On Nov 15, 4:51 pm, clen...@INTERCHANGE.UBC.CA (Cornel Lencar) wrote:
> Hi All,
> I posted a little while ago a question regarding the technical problem
> that sas has when using plots option in proc corr.
> I did a search on the archive and I found some solutions provided by SAS:
> I followed the link and I choose to remove my java version 1.5.0 and
> install 1.4.0_2 suggested by SAS.
> This time arround not onlt that the plots were not displayed, but the
> whole program shut down, dissapeared, vanished, lost, had to restart sas
> Any recommendations with this problem?
> Cornel Lencar