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SAS 9.2 SML LIBNAME Engine User's Guide

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Original Publication Date: 2009-Dec-31
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Document File: 148 page(s) / 1M

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SAS® 9.2
XML LIBNAME Engine

User's Guide

SAS® Documentation



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The correct bibliographic citation for this manual is as follows: SAS Institute Inc. 2009. SAS ® 9.2 XML LIBNAME Engine: User's Guide. Cary, NC: SAS Institute Inc.

SAS® 9.2 XML LIBNAME Engine: User's Guide

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P A R T 1 Usage 1
Chapter 1

4 Getting Started with the XML Engine 3

What Does the XML Engine Do? 3
Understanding How the XML Engine Works 3
SAS Processing Supported by the XML Engine 5 Transferring an XML Document Across Environments 5 Frequently Asked Questions 6

Chapter 2

4 Exporting XML Documents 7


Understanding How to Export an XML Document 7
Exporting an XML Document for Use by Oracle 7
Exporting an XML Document Containing SAS Dates, Times, and Datetimes 9 Exporting Numeric Values 10
Exporting an XML Document with Separate Metadata 15
Exporting an XML Document in CDISC ODM Markup 19
Exporting an XML Document to Transport a SAS Data Set Across Hosts 19

Chapter 3

4 Importing XML Documents 25


Understanding How to Import an XML Document 25
Importing an XML Document Using the GENERIC Markup Type 25 Importing an XML Document with Numeric Values 27
Importing an XML Document with Non-Escaped Character Data 28 Importing an XML Document Created by Microsoft Access 30 Importing Concatenated XML Documents 33
Importing a CDISC ODM Document 35
Importing Web Service Results Using the WSDL Markup T...