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GritZhou
Calcite | Level 5
Shell exit is invalid in this SAS session.Run a sas code x "chmod ....";
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alancox
Obsidian | Level 7

Depending on the full context of your code & if you're on a unix based system, you could use the 'permission' option within the filename statement

 

Alan

Kurt_Bremser
Super User

Can this be used on an existing file without making any other modifications?

Will the permissions be changed if this is submitted:

filename xxx '/path/file' permission=".....";
filename xxx clear;

?

alancox
Obsidian | Level 7

There is an option to do this too using this CAS action if you're a Viya user.

 

Always worth a try to see how it functions as you suggest Kurt

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