06-26-2017 05:54 PM - edited 06-26-2017 05:55 PM
I have Win 10. I have my SAS on Virtual box. I have installed Activemq and i need to connect it with SAS. There are some documentetion, that is pretty ok, but i have errors(pic 1). If i correctly understand i need to meet one paticular requirement: "The JAR files for your JMS provider must be included in your CLASSPATH= environment variable."
If that is correct, i have two ways:
1) Set classpath in the linux console. You need to know login and password to use it and they were given in SAS image in advance(if its even will work - i dont shure). And even if I get access, how will I find the path to my .jar files that are located on my pc in a shared folder?
2) Somehow set it in SAS web interface.I don't know if there's a code for that but I'm thinking of the autoexec. This code doesn't end up with an error:
options set=CLASSPATH "<folder that contains JAR/CLASS files>"
But still, which path is correct?
/folders/mysharedfolder/ does not work.
I guess there's no need to run it all on University ed.(probably that's why I haven't found any clues so far), but if you have any ideas I will be grateful.
06-26-2017 07:22 PM
I can't point you to a specific solution, not familiar with JMS but I believe you want to investigate the FILENAME statement.
The File statement in a data step does not support all of the features of a filename statement. Use the Filename to declare the reference and then in a data step use the file reference:
LIbname myfile engine "path to file/file" <other options such as user password the engine supports>;
the "path to file" options can vary depending on the engine. When using a local file system then the directory/file in the appropriate OS syntax is used. But for engines like FTP there are lots of things.
file myfile <and the options DATA step may use such as DLM LRECL termstr etc>;
06-27-2017 02:58 AM
Keep in mind that SAS UE runs in a virtual machine, so tcp://localhost in the SAS code points to the VM itself, and I seriously doubt that you could somehow run third-party software (the broker) in the VM that isn't already there.
I also think that there's no way to access any outside computer from the UE; the only communication paths to the outside world are the web port for SAS Studio and the shared folder.
06-27-2017 12:27 PM
I'm not familiar with ActiveMQ but it looks like it has a RESTful API so you might be able to get it to work with Proc HTTP which certainly works in University Edition.
06-27-2017 02:59 AM