No log file in the same dir as test.sas. I don't get any errors. I
don't get anything. The test.sas is just as simple as:
libname in1 "/ds/proj9/abilify/adherence/phar_cak/sasdata";
proc contents data=in1.patattrition;
> When you submit 'sas test.sas &' what errors are produced? Is a log
> file in the same dir as test.sas written?
> Also, it would help if you would include the text of your test.sas
> jmk wrote:
> > I'm using SAS on the pc to remote submit to our unix server. I want to
> > be able to submit a batch job on unix from windows. I am able to use
> > the call system or X command to do things like copy/remove files or
> > make/remove directories. When I try and submit a batch job nothing
> > happens. I have a program named test.sas located in the
> > /ds/proj9/abilify/adherence/phar_cak/sas directory. The code I submit
> > from the pc is:
> > rsubmit;
> > data _null_;
> > call system ('cd /ds/proj9/abilify/adherence/phar_cak/sas; nohup sas
> > test.sas &');
> > run;
> > endrsubmit;
> > I have also used just sas test.sas as well with or without the &.
> > Any help would be appreciated.