Hello Minsup Song,
There are various ways to transport SAS datasets between operating systems:
1. CPORT and CIMPORT procedures
With CPORT you can create a 'transport file' on the Unix machine, which
you can read on the PC with CIMPORT.
2. When you can use SAS/CONNECT, you can establish a link between SAS
sessions on Unix and the PC and you can use your Unix SAS dataset directly
on the PC.
3. Write your Unix SAS dataset to an ASCII file, use UNIX2DOS to end the
records with CR/LF, read the ASCII file with SAS on the PC.
I hope this helps you.
Bram van den Berg
College voor Zorgverzekeringen
Minsup Song heeft geschreven in bericht <email@example.com>...
>My data are stored on Unix with the file name of MYFILE.ssd001. Thus, I've
>to use SAS-Unix to work with it.
>But I want to report the results with a PC with the file name of ###.sd2.
>I down load thd MYFILE.ssd001 into my PC. How can I convert it into PC
>Any help would be very appreciated!