Specify "PCFILES" as the engine, add the Excel file as a new Path, and then specify the SERVER/PORT values in the Options field (and any other options you would normally put However, if the SAS PC Files Server is installed as a service, it might incorrectly use port 8621. The PC File Server option is not avaialbe in the new library wizard as a Resource Template. Reply Chris Hemedinger Posted July 30, 2015 at 11:55 am | Permalink I believe that FCMP also uses catalogs, and those are specific to 32-bit and 64-bit, so those catalogs would check over here
This option is set on the SAS PC Files Server desktop application window. Too many questions, I think, for a forum like this. But you should be able to do this with your 32-bit Excel today: libname myxl PCFILES "C:\Users\Desktop\test.xlsx"; If you have the PC Files Server component installed. Once I have *finally* imported a 32 bit Access Office Table into 64 bit SAS, how can I export again?
Hope your experience here helps others. If the compatibility need is paramount, I recommend the 32-bit version. Thank you. ----MMMMIIIIKKKKEEEE (aka Michael A. ERROR: Error in the LIBNAME statement.
Reply Jim Walker Posted January 12, 2016 at 6:48 pm | Permalink So follow up question, if you have base SAS and PC file server installed on same windows machine then However, if the SAS® PC Files Server is installed as a service, it might incorrectly use port 8621. To determine your versions of the server and Office, see Preinstallation Steps. Error Failed To Connect To The Server Sas This allows you to use SAS/ACCESS to PC Files, with a PC Files Server, to access Excel files from a 64-bit SAS or SAS on UNIX.
When transferring from SAS to another database, some fractional portion of the time value can be cut off. Sas Pc Files Server Code = 3 You might have an instance of 32-bit SAS on one machine used for moving data in-and-out of Excel with no code changes, and have another instance of 64-bit SAS in the Reply Martin Posted July 7, 2014 at 4:01 pm | Permalink Hi Chris, Thanks for the info. http://support.sas.com/kb/42576 See log for details." error.
Forsyth Posted February 4, 2016 at 8:45 pm | Permalink Yes, I'm referring to the Time Series Forecasting System. Sas 9.4 Pc Files Server The code I am using is proc export data=test dbms= ACCESS outfile="M:\AFolder\BFolder\test1.mdb" replace; run; And what might be the reason of missing of ACCESS export in the wizard. proc import datafile="~wielki/zo/d77corr.xlsx" out=ea.impdirect dbms=xlsx replace; *sheet="Base 1" ou même ; range="Base 1$C2:H265"; run; but I haven't test with the equivalent recent access files. more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed
NOTE: PROCEDURE IMPORT used (Total process time): real time 0.11 seconds cpu time 0.04 seconds This isn't limited to importing Excel files. http://blogs.sas.com/content/sasdummy/2012/05/01/64-bit-gotchas/ However when I used SAS 9.3 64bit, I get the same error. Sas Pc Files Server Unable To Connect To Service Port 9621 Code 3 Gotcha #2: Incompatible FORMATS catalog Suppose that you have a library of user-defined formats that you once created by using PROC FORMAT. Sas 9.4 Error Failed To Connect To The Server Consider all the connections when setting the Max Connections value.
Even though you've just moved from one version of Windows to another, from a SAS perspective these files are different, with different internal structures. http://globalcryptonews.com/to-connect/503-service-unavailable-failed-to-connect-to-endpoint-vcenter-appliance.html Should I find punctures by immersing inner tube in water or hearing brezze or feeling breeze or how else? For example I am used to using libname myfile "c:\myfile.xlsx"; and then I will see a connected libref in SAS, and inside each worksheet appears as a dataset. For Office 2013, click the File tab and then Account. Sas Pc Files Server Error Code = 3
When you say "update your MS Access ..... " so do you mean I need to save the SAS dataset in ODBC dataset and then exporting the dataset into Access using asked 4 years ago viewed 472 times active 4 years ago Blog Stack Overflow Gives Back 2016 Developers, Webmasters, and Ninjas: What’s in a Job Title? If you are not the intended recipient, please contact \ the sender by reply e-mail and destroy all copies of the original message. [prev in list] [next in list] [prev in this content This server is administered by IT and not a server we as the business can get software installed on.
I can find nothing on this error Reply Chris Hemedinger Posted August 24, 2016 at 12:55 pm | Permalink Are you running SAS with UTF-8 encoding? Sas Export Error Failed To Connect To The Server Reply Chris Hemedinger Posted April 15, 2015 at 8:37 am | Permalink Thanks for sharing your experience -- install errors (or incomplete installs) can be a confounding problem! Reply Collins Posted August 18, 2014 at 9:22 am | Permalink Hi, Please I have a portable SAS 9.1.3 running on 32bit computer, how can I convert it to run on
Thanks, Reply Chris Hemedinger Posted November 10, 2015 at 10:30 am | Permalink Michelle, maybe this technique using Windows PowerShell would work for you? I was using proc import for access datatables on my 32 bit mascine at work. You cannot run multiple servers of any kind that use the same port number on a single machine. Sas Pc File Server Connection Failed It didnt work on my 64 bit laptop so I started using DBMS=ACCESSCS REPLACE which fixed the problem for some databases.
See SAS Log for details." Any solutions? Note: The SAS PC Files Server must be bit-compatible with the Microsoft ACE driver (32 or 64). I have Office 64bit installed, EG 64 bit. http://globalcryptonews.com/to-connect/your-device-is-not-able-to-connect-to-the-workspaces-registration-service.html Reply Chris Hemedinger Posted April 28, 2014 at 9:30 pm | Permalink Yes, you should be able to use DBMS=XLSX to read and write the Excel file with a wide number
Reply Chris Hemedinger Posted August 6, 2014 at 2:49 pm | Permalink Yes, a few ways: - If you're using DBMS=XLSX, then the Microsoft data libraries aren't used at all, so However the BASE version of SAS have PC Files installed best I can see from the setinit.