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bendsteel6
Obsidian | Level 7

Hi,

I'm working with SAS Enterprise Guide (8.3 Update 1 (8.3.1.119) (64-bit)) through a CITRIX server and need to export hundreds of EG projects to an external directory (folder location). I'm assuming it could be done as a ZIP file.  I really only need the SAS code and log programs from the unzipped EG project. 

 

Does anyone have code (preferably macro code) that can export EG projects to an external location?

 

Thanks!

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AlanC
Barite | Level 11

I just uploaded an app (for the extraction of the programs) to github that extracts programs from EG projects. Look at: GitHub - savian-net/SaviApp: A utility to help understand SAS logs, data, and programs

 

It will extract them out to a work library defined in the json config file (you can also use the UI).

 

https://github.com/savian-net
Tom
Super User Tom
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Sounds like you are asking for a Citrix utility to let you move files from your Citrix server to some other location.  You might be better off asking that question on a site dedicated to Citrix questions.

 

Once you have the EGP files you should find that they are just ZIP files.

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