We are installing SAS 9.4M7 Office Analytics at a new SAS customer.
They will be using SAS Studio as their main SAS application in a totally Windows environment.
They work in the Pharmaceutical / Medicines sector, so all the work has to be GxP compliant, pre-documented, automated as much as possible, etc.
They are also starting to use GitHub Enterprise as their Version Control System. They will be making use of the SSH features available in GitHub for connections.
They make use of Active Directory (AD) and LDAP. So all the people that will have SAS access are in certain AD groups. Some of these people will also be in AD groups that let them have GitHub access.
We will be providing them with an AD-Sync program that will create/maintain SAS profiles.
We are familiar with how Git profiles can be manually set up in SAS Studio, with an email ID plus Public and Private Keys.
Is it possible to automate the creation of these, per user, Git Profiles within SAS Studio?
If so then does anyone have working examples of this functionality being used in their AD-Sync programs?
I discovered that after deleting this GitSettings.key I can still see my existing profiles in SAS / Studio. Logging off and back on will not recreate this file. I can also create new profiles and clone repositories and still this files is not created. It would appear SAS is also storing this information somewhere else.
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