SAS TS has recommended the following steps that took care of the Issue: Select Start ► Settings ► Control Panel ► Regional and Language Options. Select the Regional Options tab, Standards and Formats, and choose Arabic(
Select the Languages tab and Supplemental language support and check "Install files for complex script and right-to-left languages".
Select the Advanced tab and Language for Non-unicode programs, and select Arabic (
2. Open Windows Explorer, drill to C:\Program Files\SAS\SAS 9.1\nls\en and modify the sasv9.cfg file to include these changes: Comment out these lines as follows: /* Set Windows Locale */ /* -LOCALE "en_US" */ Add the following lines: -encoding="warabic" -locale="ar_SA" .
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