When using SAS with HTTPS or FTPS, which requires SSL/TLS support, you may see this error message in the SAS log.
ERROR: Cannot load SSL support.
Here is an example of code that can trigger the error.
filename myref url "https://www.google.com";
The cause was thatRead more »
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|Observation and Performance Window|
Factors in choosing Observation Window
1. Performance window depends on the model you are building. In other words, it depends on the definition of product. For example, performance window for customer attrition for savings product model would be different than performance window for Certificate of Deposit model.
Rolling Performance Window
|Rolling Performance Window|
Why Rolling Performance Window
- Customers targeted in Jan 2015 for the home loan campaign–whether the customers have taken the loan from Feb 2015 to April 2015
- Customers targeted in Feb 2015 for the home loan campaign–whether the customers have taken the loan converted from March 2015 to May 2015
- Customers targeted in March 2015 for the home loan campaign–whether the customers have taken the loan from April 2015 to June 2015
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