ODS Statements by Category

Table 4.2: Categories and Descriptions of ODS Statements


Dictionary of ODS Language Statement



'FILE Statement for ODS' on page 68

Creates an ODS output object by binding the data component to the table definition (template). Optionally, lists the variables to include in the ODS output, and specifies options that control the way that the variables are formatted.


'PUT Statement for ODS' on page 80

Writes data values to a special buffer from which they can be written to the data component and then formatted by ODS

ODS: Output Control

'LIBNAME Statement, SASEDOC' on page 76

Uses the SASEDOC engine to associate a SAS libref (library reference) with one or more ODS output objects that are stored in an ODS document


'ODS _ALL_ CLOSE Statement' on page 84

Closes all open ODS output destinations


'ODS DOCUMENT Statement' on page 87

Opens, manages , or closes the DOCUMENT destination, which produces a hierarchy of output objects that enables you to produce multiple ODS output formats without rerunning a PROC or DATA step


'ODS EXCLUDE Statement' on page 90

Specifies output objects toexclude from ODS destinations

Enables ODS automatic graphic capabilities


'ODS PATH Statement' on page 149

Specifies locations to write to or read from when creating or using PROC TEMPLATE definitions and the order in which to search for them


'ODS PROCLABEL Statement' on page 175

Enables you to change a procedure label


'ODS PROCTITLE Statement' on page 176

Determines whether or not to write the title that identifies the procedure that produces the results in the output


'ODS RESULTS Statement' on page 179

Tracks ODS output in the Results window


'ODS SELECT Statement' on page 188

Specifies output objects for ODS destinations


'ODS SHOW Statement' on page 197

Writes the specified selection or exclusion list to the SAS log


'ODS TRACE Statement' on page 197

Writes to the SAS log a record of each output object that is created, or suppresses the writing of this record


'ODS USEGOPT Statement' on page 202

Determines whether or or not ODS uses graphics option settings


'ODS VERIFY Statement' on page 205

Prints or suppresses a message indicating that a style definition or a table definition being used is not supplied by SAS

ODS: SAS Formatted

'ODS DECIMAL_ALIGN Statement' on page 85

Controls the justification of numeric columns when no justification is specified


'ODS LISTING Statement' on page 107

Opens, manages, or closes the LISTING destination


'ODS OUTPUT Statement' on page 135

Produces a SAS data set from an output object and manages the selection and exclusion lists for the OUTPUT destination

ODS: Third-Party Formatted

'ODS CHTML Statement' on page 84

Opens, manages, or closes the CHTML destination, which produces a compact, minimal HTML that does not use style information


'ODS CSVALL Statement' on page 85

Opens, manages, or closes the CSVALL destination, which produces outputcontaining columns of data values that are separated by commas, and produces tabular output with titles, notes, and bylines


'ODS DOCBOOK Statement' on page 86

Opens, manages, or closes the DOCBOOK destination, which produces XML output that conforms to the DocBook DTD by OASIS


'ODS HTML Statement' on page 95

Opens, manages, or closes the HTML destination, which produces HTML 4.0 output that contains embedded stylesheets


'ODS HTMLCSS Statement' on page 105

Opens, manages, or closes the HTMLCSS destination, whichproducesHTMLoutputwithcascadingstyle sheets


'ODS HTML3 Statement' on page 105

Opens, manages, orcloses the HTML3 destination, which produces HTML 3.2 formatted output


'ODS IMODE Statement' on page 106

Opens, manages, orcloses the IMODE destination, which produces HTML output as a column of output, separated by lines


'ODS MARKUP Statement' on page 109

Opens, manages, or closes the MARKUP destination, which produces SAS output that is formatted using one of many different markup languages


'ODS PCL Statement' on page 150

Opens, manages, or closes the PCL destination, which produces printable output for PCL (HP LaserJet) files


'ODS PDF Statement' on page 153

Opens, manages, or closes the PDF destination, which produces PDF output, a form of output that is read by Adobe Acrobat Reader and other applications


'ODS PHTML Statement' on page 159

Opens, manages, or closes the PHTML destination, which produces simple HTML output that uses twelve style elements and no class attributes


'ODS PRINTER Statement' on page 159

Opens, manages, or closes the PRINTER destination, which produces printable output


'ODS PS Statement' on page 177

Opens, manages, or closes the PS destination, which Produces PostScript (PS) output


'ODS RTF Statement' on page 180

Opens, manages, or closes the RTF destination, which produces output writtenin Rich Text Formatfor use with Microsoft Word 2000


'ODS WML Statement' on page 206

Opens, manages, or closes the WML destination, which uses the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) to produce a Wireless Markup Language (WML) DTD with a simple list for a table of contents

SAS 9.1 Output Delivery System. Users Guide
SAS 9.1 Output Delivery System Users Guide
ISBN: 1590472187
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
Pages: 99
Authors: SAS Institute

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