Results of ODS TRACE ON
To know what tables are savable as SAS data, you sandwitch a procedure in between ODS trance on and ODS trace off.
This is an example.
ODS TRACE ON;
ODS TRACE OFF;
After this run, you look at a LOG file that reports the name of the tables available from this procedure. Here
"table" means SAS data sets that contain results.
After knowing the name of available tables, you use ODS in this way:
ODS OUTPUT name_of_table_=whatevername;
This produces a data set called whatevername.