• Hotel Reservation in SAS

    Suppose a guest who have adjacent stays at the same property but because the rate type changed, it was split into two reservations.  Here’s an example [ULIST type="disc" style="margin-top: 0in;"> [ELEMENT style="color: black; mso-list: l1 level1 lfo3;" class="MsoNormal">Tom checks in under...

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  • How do I read in the comma delimited files by SAS

    How do I save an Excel File with 2 sheets into two comma delimited (.csv) files, first for the sheet tabbed "sheet 1" and second for the sheet tabbed "sheet 2"? Also, how do I then read in the comma delimited files by SAS? *note: these are excel files that I am trying to read into the SAS program

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  • SAS vs. Business Objects

    What are the fundemental differenecs (similarities?) between SAS and Business Objects?

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  • is double RAID config possible?

    Hi, I'm using an IBM System X3550 M2 server right now with RAID -1 config using two SAS HDD. My question is: is it possible to use double RAID configuration within one server? For instance, I use RAID -1 config on two SAS HDD, and RAID -1 again on another two SAS HDD, these are all done in one...

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  • ultra320 SCSi to SAS 5/e adaptor cable?

    is there an adapter cable that will connect from a ultra320 SCSi to a SAS 5/e? I have been researching and all i can find is the controllers that you insert. I was wondering if anyone had a really good website? or maybe a suggestion? thank you so much!

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  • Count distinct values in Proc Tabulate

    Hi How can you count distinct values in a Proc Tabulate table? E.g. if you want to count distinct customer numbers. Much like count(distinct(customer_number)) in SQL. Regards, Laurits

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  • Evaluating HP, Dell, IBM Solutions for small VMware deployment

    Gday All, Currently doing some research for a solution to consolidate our 6 or so servers using VMware. We are looking to implement HA, DRS and VMotion. Our budget for the hardware is about $30K AUD and we currently have 10 users. We have the following server roles to consolidate and they are...

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  • SAS OR ORACLE.WHICH IS THE BEST?

    TO PERSUE MY CARER IS IT BEST TO DO SAS OR ORACLE? WHICH 1 AMONG THE 2 OFFERS BETTER EARNING JOB?

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  • Learning SAS

    I am an IT professional and student looking to learn SAS to see if it would be beneficial for my organization. Can anyone recommend a good book for this that includes a CD with a trial version of the software?

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  • Graph – SAS Question

    I am using GCHART and for each month I am grouping company total sales figures by dept. I defined my patterns for each dept total. However I would like the colors on each chart to be consistent with the dept for each company. For ex. company 1 has dept A - D and is assigned the colors I defined in...

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  • Does the same syntax work in both SAS 9.1 and SAS 9.2?

    Hi! I am a new SAS user and just yesterday IT installed SAS 9.2 on my computer at work. The code I was using for SAS 9.1 (which was working perfectly fine) has not been working on SAS 9.2; instead it sits there for a while and then shuts down. If my code were different I would think that was it,...

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  • Handling multiple observations with same family id but unique person id in sas

    hi I am doing dataanalysis for sas. I have to create multiple do loops as i have smae family id for 3-4 persons but unique personla id and then separate event status for all .how to create a sas program so that it works separately for all the observations with similar id and then go to the next...

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  • Can I get hold of a copy of an SAS 70 questionnaire that auditors might present?

    I would like to have a look at the standard list of questions that an auditor might ask when undertaking an SAS 70 audit......

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  • SAS Business Intelligence software

    Hello Every one, I am Sunny Working As a research Executive in A CRO Company, I am Interested in a SAS Prog Involve in Clinical Research Field, Does Any One Know About it, or Help me to Learn SAS

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  • How to compute ddfm=containment

    It is not clear to me how the ddfm of containment (defalt of ddfm) is computed. The SAS manual said it's computed by "n-rank(XZ)". However, the matrix multiplication is not valid most of the time.

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  • Is SATA II disks adequate for running VMs

    I built a Hyper-V server, which has a 6 channel SATA II controller. I will use one disk to run he host OS (Windows 2008 Server Enterprise - Core) and will use the remaining 5 SATA II disks to run VMs on. In addition the system has the capacity to hold 32GB RAM, and has 2 Quad CPU sockets. My...

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  • Similar Microsoft/SAS/Wireless Issue that has my IT department stumped – HELP!

    For the last few weeks, my computer will not let me open Word, EXCEL, SAS, or any other similar program file when I am connected to my wireless internet. When I start up my computer, with the wireless enabled, it takes close to ten minutes for my icons to appear. If I disable my wireless prior to...

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  • Convert SAS to Stored Procedure

    How do I convert a SAS job into a Stored Procedure to run on MS SQL Server 2005?

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  • Using an array to detect specific difference in numeric value

    Is it possible to use an array to detect when a character value changes in one variable (ex: act_code = COFF COFF NC01) and then assign a value from another existing variable to a new variable? For example, whenever a change is encountered (COFF to NC01), I need SAS to use the corresponding...

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  • SAS memory allocation

    Dear All, It might be a profane question, but causes a lot of frustration to me: Why does my PC with 1 GB RAM runs out of memory when I declare an array of - let's say - 1million elemenets? If I'm not wrong, SAS represents every number on 8 B, which implies that 1 MB RAM should be enough. I would...

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