Date: Wed, 7 Jun 2006 14:46:04 -0400
Reply-To: "Rickards, Clinton (GE Consumer Finance)"
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From: "Rickards, Clinton (GE Consumer Finance)"
Subject: Re: Enterprise Guide 3.0 equivalent of autoexec to run a LIBNAME
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In our environment, EG looks to be running a .../SASMain/sas.sh, which in turn calls .../sas9.1.3/sas.sh, the same command as when I run a SAS session from directly on the box, invoking my autoexec.sas. This may or may not be a standard install (but I think it is). I'm not sure if anything other than the autoexec.sas needs to be done. I would suggest create the autoexec (it is needed anyway) and then test a new EG session.
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Subject: Re: Enterprise Guide 3.0 equivalent of autoexec to run a
the autoexec.SAS file could be create on the server and then executed by SEG.
create the autoexec.sas
go the SEG administrator > server's properties
into, see the 'Options' part and the field that I approximativle translate by
'instruction at SAS startup'.
here, write : %inc '....\autoexec.sas' where ... is the path.
after, test the connexion in the 'test' part of the server properties.
Selon "Rickards, Clinton \\(GE Consumer Finance\\)" <clinton.rickards@GE.COM>:
> Try creating an autoexec.sas file in your home directory on the Unix server
> and adding the libname statements there.
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> Subject: Enterprise Guide 3.0 equivalent of autoexec to run a LIBNAME
> Hello all,
> Is there an Enterprise Guide equivalent of autoexec.sas ?
> I would like a LIBNAME statement to run upon startup. The library to
> be accessed is not local ;
> rather it is on my SASMain (Unix). The library is not defined on the
> metadata server.
> Bob B, Somerset NJ