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Quartz | Level 8

Hello All,


I have a question related to deploying the SAS DI Job. When I deploy the job via DI Studio, the job gets deployed to the unix servers' deployment directory and as expected the owner is the one who deployed the job for the first time. When a different user deploys the same job, the job gets deployed , but the owner is not updated to the latest owner but the original/first user who deployed the job remains the owner. Is there a way to ensure that in the unix permission, the owner of the sas job is overwritten by the latest user who deployed/redeployed the job?


Thanks Mushy

Opal | Level 21

This is more of a Unix question than a SAS question. What can be done depends on your Unix/Linux environment.

The environment I'm currently working in does this via users being in the right groups groups and ACL's (defined in the security model) plus there is also a script scheduled that can modify permissions and owners in selected locations.

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