|Date: ||Sat, 6 Sep 1997 10:54:30 +0100|
|Reply-To: ||Peter Crawford <Peter@CRAWFORDSOFTWARE.DEMON.CO.UK>|
|Sender: ||"SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>|
|From: ||Peter Crawford <Peter@CRAWFORDSOFTWARE.DEMON.CO.UK>|
|Organization: ||Crawford Software Consultancy Limited|
|Subject: ||Re: batch mode on NT server- printing|
In article <E1DA9C81FAEBD0118ADF00805FC18CEA5AA4@PRI02>, Lynn Nonnemaker
>My office is setting up SAS6.12 on an NT server.
>We plan to run in batch mode, and are trying to
>couldn't find anything, so humor me please: how do
>I make sure the time and date when the program
>finished (i.e. the log and listing files were written to
>disk?) are written to the log and listing so we can
If possible trap the modified date from the dataset (log or print)
information, stored in the directory.
SAS may not deliver these details, but there are other ways to observe.
The date and time are present, written by the
It is as if it knew you wanted these details !
Whatever the platform, a solution can be found !