SAS®9 Companion for OS 390
Original Publication Date: 2002-Dec-31
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2015-Sep-18
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Companion for OS/390®
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The correct bibliographic citation for this manual is as follows: SAS Institute Inc. 2002. SAS® 9 Companion for OS/390 ®. Cary, NC: SAS Institute Inc.
SAS® 9 Companion for OS/390®
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P A R T 1 Running SAS Software under OS/390 1
4 Initializing and Configuring SAS Software 3 Invoking SAS in the OS/390 Environment 4 Connecting to SAS under OS/390 6
Customizing Your SAS Session 6
Specifying Physical Files 13
SAS Software Files 14
Transporting SAS Data Sets between Operating Environments 23
Accessing SAS Files in Other Operating Environments 23
Utilizing Input/Output Features 23
Reserved OS/390 DDnames 23
Support for SAS Software 25
Solving Problems under OS/390 26
4 Allocating SAS Data Libraries 31 Overview of Allocating SAS Data Libraries 31
Allocating SAS Data Libraries Internally 34
Allocating SAS Data Libraries Externally 38
How SAS Assigns an Engine 40
Allocating OS/390 Generation Data Sets 41
Allocating Multivolume SAS Data Libraries 42
Assigning Multiple Librefs to a Single SAS Data Library 45
Deallocating SAS Data Libraries 45
Listing Your Current Librefs 46
Estimating the Size of a SAS Data Set 46
Estimating the Size of a SAS Index 48