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Tips Talk:Use the SOURCE2 Option with %include to Get a Detailed Log

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I'm having difficulty getting the links to work on this page for the two references to support.sas.com Any thoughts?


Link resolved --Murphy Choy From Singapore 04:59, 4 May 2011 (UTC)


Good tip but I would also add a line that the option can also be invoked directly within the %include statement --Art T 12:49, 4 May 2011 (UTC)

Thanks for your suggestions! I added a description of using the SOURCE2 option within the %include statement, but am having difficulty finding a good reference for that. Any ideas there? Also, does some of the coloring look a little funny to you, especially after the '/' characters? Any ideas on how to fix that? Thanks again!


Don't know if my method for fixing was the correct one, but it did get rid of the odd looking color changes. I also changed the wording of the section that mentions using the option within a %include call. No option statement is needed in such a case --Art T 18:54, 4 May 2011 (UTC)

Thanks Art! Also, I really like you wording change. It reads a lot better.


Good tip/promoted.

The odd looking color changes were the SAS syntax highlighting. --Don Henderson 18:06, 6 May 2011 (UTC)