If your process failed for some known parsing issues with 'Read SAS' operator, you can try this workaround solutions uses R to read SAS files and RapidMiner's R connector to easily get a handy data set out of R.
In order to apply it you need to:
- download r scripting extension from our marketplace via RapidMiner Studio or directly via this site: https://marketplace.rapidminer.com/UpdateServer/faces/product_details.xhtml?productId=rmx_r_scriptin... - install a local copy of R and open RapidMiner Studio preferences which will after a restart hold an additional "R scripting" tab – here enter the local path to RScript.exe of your local R installation - open R command line and run install.packages("sas7bdat") and install.packages("data.table") to add these libraries to your setup - now you can open the attached process (SAS Alternate Reader URL) and configure the operator "Generate Macro" to open any SAS file from a gvien URL
- for testing purposes, you can have access to a list of example sas7bdat files from here:
- to make the attached process work for your own LOCAL SAS data, simply modify the function expression of the macro 'source' to update the value of source, for instance, set macro 'source' as "C:/Users/HOMEFOLDER/Downloads/YOUROWNDATA.sas7bdat". Refer to the attached process (SAS Alternate Reader Local) to make some modifications accordingly.