After a recent installation of SAS 9.4 M8 I needed to refresh the SAS clients on a Windows installation. I did an Upgrade-in-Place (UIP) for those clients which updated my SAS Management Console 9.4 M7 installation to 9.4 M8. When I started SAS Management Console 9.4 M8 to test it I encountered the following error:
Clicking the Details button revealed more info: Continue reading “SAS Management Console 9.4 M8: omitoolsmc requested Woden”
One of the most requested features from Metacoda customers has been a way to review all SAS® libraries registered in metadata, to see if they have been specifically protected with access controls, and to filter the list by various attributes like libref, engine, pre-assigned status, assigned server etc. Of course, to also be able to export to CSV and HTML as with the other plug-ins. The recent Metacoda Plug-ins 6.1 R8 release adds a new Library Reviewer plug-in to assist with this.
The list of libraries is presented at the top of the screen and selecting a library will Continue reading “Metacoda Plug-ins: Library Reviewer”
It has been a few years since I posted SAS Management Console on HiDPI Windows 10, and the Windows 10 HiDPI options have changed a little since then, so I wanted to post an update.
Compared to the simple Override high DPI combo box from 2017, there is now a full High DPI settings dialog:
The choices now include: Continue reading “SAS Management Console on HiDPI Windows 10 Revisited”
In supporting Metacoda Plug-ins, one of the most useful things for us to review is the SAS Management Console log file
SASMCErrorLog.txt. If you have ever had to look at this file yourself, or ask someone to email you a copy, then you would know it can be tricky to explain where to find it. So, to make it easier to access, and remove this friction, we have added a small enhancement to the recently released Metacoda Plug-ins 6.1 R6.
After installing Metacoda Plug-ins 6.1 R6, if you look in the SAS Management Console Tools menu you will see a new
View SAS Management Console Log File... action. It opens the SAS Management Console log file
SASMCErrorLog.txt by launching a standard text editor.
Continue reading “Metacoda Plug-ins Tip: View SAS Management Console Log File”
It is very rare, but occasionally, such as after an update, SAS® Management Console may fail to start. It is so rare for me that next time it happens I have usually forgotten what I did last time to fix it – hence this post.
Whenever I have seen SAS Management Console not starting correctly, especially when not showing the splash screen, it has usually been a problem with the SAS Private Java Runtime Environment (JRE) or the SAS Versioned JAR Repository (VJR) cache. With a problem like this the best place to start troubleshooting Continue reading “When SAS Management Console Fails to Start”