The PWENCODE SAS procedure enables you to encode passwords that can be used in place of plain-text passwords in SAS programs that access relational database management systems (RDBMSs), SAS/SHARE servers, and SAS Integrated Object Model (IOM) servers (such as the SAS Metadata Server).
PROC PWENCODE IN=’password’
specifies the password to encode. password can have no more than 512 characters. password can contain letters, numerals, spaces, and special characters
Have you ever wondered, Why SAS never had functions similar to any other programming Language i.e. C, C++, Java…
LINK/ Return statement and SAS Macros to some extent served the purpose in modularizing and developing re-usable code for repeating tasks…but doesn’nt make it is easy to follow….Macros are easier to reuse; however, they are not independent from the main program, they involve non-DATA step syntax, and substantial use of macros can result in illegible code.
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PROC SQL is SAS software’s implementation of Structed Query Language, or SQL, a standardized language that is widely used to retrieve and update data in tables and views based those tables.
In SQL, there is no concept of an observation number in tables, as there is when using Data step (i.e. _N_ or a SUM statement count+1) with a SAS dataset. In a dataset, we can select data using an observation number by using firstobs= obs= or _N_. Proc SQL with the NUMBER option prints the […]