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Current Events (click entry for details)

Resolving Login and Registration Issues

Last updated: May 21, 2019 14:23 UTC
Impacts: Registration, Login Page
SAS and the SAS OnDemand for Academics team have made progress to resolve the login and registration issues. If you still encounter issues, please see our Commonly Asked Questions for help. and contact us at and state that you are experiencing issues with your SAS Profile. We appreciate your patience. Thank you for using SAS OnDemand for Academics.

Planned Events (click entry for details)

Scheduled Maintenance on Tuesday, July 23, 8:30 - 10:00am EDT

Last updated: Jul 16, 2019 14:33 UTC
Scheduled start time: Jul 23, 2019 12:30 UTC
Scheduled end time: Jul 23, 2019 14:00 UTC
Users may experience interruption of service or intermittent service during the maintenance window of 8:30-10:00am EDT (Cary, NC time) on Tuesday, July 23. We apologize for any inconvenience.


German, Spanish and French Locale Users Impacted by a SAS Studio Issue
Last updated: Jun 18, 2019 15:02 UTC
Importance: High
Impacts: SAS Studio

A SAS Studio issue has been reported that impacts code submission when using the German, Spanish and French locales. Other locales may be impacted as well. Due to the issue, the application fails to react properly after code is submitted while running under those locales. The problem only impacts the default SAS Programmer perspective. We have confirmed the problem and reported it to the SAS Studio team for further investigation.

In the meantime, impacted users can either avoid the problem by using the Visual Programmer perspective in SAS Studio or by switching to a different locale. You can change your locale by either configuring the locale in your machine or account, or by providing the locale explicitly via a URL parameter when starting SAS Studio. For example, you can start SAS Studio using the English (United States) locale by logging in normally. Then simply open a new tab and enter the URL below instead of using the normal link provided on the Dashboard page:

The locale parameter here can alternatively be set to any other standard locale value supported by this version of SAS Studio, as many appear to be unaffected. Note however that you should only use this method for starting SAS Studio temporarily as it only reflects how the application and site work currently.