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sashamal
Fluorite | Level 6

How to configure stored process server to execute certain SAS code on the end of each execution?

 

I need execute "proc printto; run;" on termination of each stored process automatically, whitout relation to content of the process.

 

Config option TERMSTMT="proc printto;run;" will work here?

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Sajid01
Meteorite | Level 14

I have done similar action using SAS Management Console as follows
Go to SASAPP/Logical Stored Process Server

and then right click and select Properties/Options/Request
Here there will be  boxes for initialization and termination program.
If it is desired to run the code at the end of the Stored process. 
Therefore, the  code can be written  to a file and its path included in the termination program text box and saved.
Appropriate privilege's are needed in the SMC to perform this action.
Please backup and take appropriate precautions/care.

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Sajid01
Meteorite | Level 14

I have done similar action using SAS Management Console as follows
Go to SASAPP/Logical Stored Process Server

and then right click and select Properties/Options/Request
Here there will be  boxes for initialization and termination program.
If it is desired to run the code at the end of the Stored process. 
Therefore, the  code can be written  to a file and its path included in the termination program text box and saved.
Appropriate privilege's are needed in the SMC to perform this action.
Please backup and take appropriate precautions/care.

sashamal
Fluorite | Level 6

Thank you, Sajid01! Have I restart Metadata server after these changes ?

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