11-21-2015 03:09 AM
Kannand you are asking a question for a tool usage but not mentioning the goal.
The old adigm: When you know a hammer everything becomes a nail (also scerws).
There is release management. That is going through the development / test / uat / production stages
There is version segregation between the developers, creating braches of code as everybode has has own.
These are twe different moves like a vertical and horizontal direction. This is all about like a COBOL language environment. The SAS code program as separate file looks like a COBOL source altough it is a interpreter.
The midtier SAS metadata is not a source like system like COBOL. The midtier java container is not a source like system like COBOL . These are just two of the many component in a SAS eco-system where a classic Verion/release system will cause a lot of headaches. They must be extracted first and handling using alls SAS specifics in that step and than later getting exported with SAS specifics.
11-21-2015 09:29 AM
Thanks for following up @jakarman Sorry if I was unclear.
I am trying to find out if there is a tool that can be used for deploying SAS code in a Unix environment, an equivalent of "Changeman" or "Endevor" that exists on a Mainframe environment.
Hope this helps...!!!
11-21-2015 11:15 AM