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elwayfan446
Barite | Level 11

Let's say I have a program within a SAS EG project flow that has multiple data steps and proc sql queries.  Is there a way I can monitor the script while it is running to determine which query is currently running so I can figure out which steps have already completed and how much further the program has to go?  All I can find is the details of what task is currently running at the bottom of the SAS EG window but nothing that can tell me which step inside a program is currently running.

 

Thanks!

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data_null__
Jade | Level 19

@elwayfan446 wrote:

Let's say I have a program within a SAS EG project flow that has multiple data steps and proc sql queries.  Is there a way I can monitor the script while it is running to determine which query is currently running so I can figure out which steps have already completed and how much further the program has to go?  All I can find is the details of what task is currently running at the bottom of the SAS EG window but nothing that can tell me which step inside a program is currently running.

 

Thanks!


SYSECHO Statement

Sends a global statement complete event and passes a text string back to the IOM client.

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data_null__
Jade | Level 19

@elwayfan446 wrote:

Let's say I have a program within a SAS EG project flow that has multiple data steps and proc sql queries.  Is there a way I can monitor the script while it is running to determine which query is currently running so I can figure out which steps have already completed and how much further the program has to go?  All I can find is the details of what task is currently running at the bottom of the SAS EG window but nothing that can tell me which step inside a program is currently running.

 

Thanks!


SYSECHO Statement

Sends a global statement complete event and passes a text string back to the IOM client.

ChrisHemedinger
Community Manager

Here's a blog post about how to use the SYSECHO statement to accomplish that.

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