Date: Thu, 13 May 1999 11:39:52 +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>
Subject: Re: Temporary Files in UNIX
Walter Penaranda <wpena@MAILHOST.COM> writes
>I am currently creating a few temporary flat files that later want to bring
>together into a permanent output file using the unix "cat" command. Any ideas on
>how this can be accomplished.
>If I could identified the path and name my problem would be solved.
>The VIEW SASHELP.VSLIB shows the WORK library path but it does not show the
>actual file name stored in SASWORK.
>I would like to know if anybody has any experience using these views.
see the SAS-L archives for references to the "dictionary tables"
On your SAS display manager session look at the views in SASHELP.
SASHELP.VTABLE and SASHELP.VMEMBER are views of dictionary.tables and
But I wouldn't expect a unix cat command to be much help with the SAS
data sets that the dictionary tables would list ....?
Have flat files in the current SAS work library?
Peter Crawford (_knowledge_ is a poor substitute for *real* experience,
but they make a great team)