In batch invoke the session as
sas -nonotes pgm.sas
But I wouldn't recommend it. You will always have to have
as the first statement in your code to have any meaningful log.
Invoking the interactive session without the siteinfo can be done in the
same way but you will have to right click on the icon - properties - and
then under the General tab - alter the target information by adding -
nonotes. Once again you will have to reset the option to NOTES.
Curiously, why do you want to do this?
On Thu, 11 Aug 2005 08:24:48 -0700, BILL WEST <wm_a_west@YAHOO.COM> wrote:
>That line only occurs when you first open a session so if you clear the
log (if windows PC session) and then run your program it won't appear in
the log. If you are running in batch mode I guess you'd have to edit it out
as described below.
>"Howard Schreier <hs AT dc-sug DOT org>" <nospam@HOWLES.COM> wrote:
>It sort of depends on the environment and the chain of custody. When a log
>is saved or directed to disk, it is as a simple ASCII file. Thus just about
>any editor can remove or mask that line. You code even develop SAS code to
>On Thu, 11 Aug 2005 02:26:42 -0400, Manon Girard
>>I would like to know if it is possible to remove the following line in the
>>"Licensed to XXXXXX, Site=XXXXX"
>>I don't want to give this info to everyone whose reading my SAS logs.
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