Describes the basics of using the SQL procedure and provides comprehensive reference information. The usage information includes retrieving data from single and multiple tables; selecting specific data from tables; subsetting, ordering, and summarizing data; updating tables; combining tables to create new tables and useful reports; performing queries on database management system (DBMS) tables; using PROC SQL with the SAS macro facility; and debugging and optimizing PROC SQL code. The reference information includes statements, dictionary components, and system options.Creating. an. Index. An index is a file that is associated with a table. The index enables access to rows by index value. ... Tips for Creating Indexes ac The name of the composite index cannot be the same as the name of one of the columns in theanbsp;...
|Title||:||SAS 9.4 SQL Procedure User's Guide|
|Publisher||:||SAS Institute - 2013-07-10|