I've inherited SAS platforms that have the following folder structure:
- Dev: /sas/config/Lev1
- Staging: /sas/Config/Lev1
Notice the 'C'apital c on the staging (Config). If it was MS-Windows we wouldn't bother, but it's Linux, which means case sensitive.
This adds a burden when writing bash scripts for various maintenance purposes. WHERE can we update/change the folder once it's deployed?
You could write your bash scripts to ignore case in the instance(s) where you're checking/using the path indicated in the post.
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I like your answer, but it gives me some chills as well. This sounds like 'correcting' a folder name after deployment is not possible, which is pretty sad. What if we had the following:
- Staging: /sas/config/Lev2
I'm still stuck with a wrong folder.:-(
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