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rajiv436
Fluorite | Level 6

HI,

 

Greetings to all,

 

I'm unable to use .sas files into SAS App server (Linux platform) path. After saving the .sas file it's not visible with winscp tools and if i try to save again it is showing the file and asking to replace the file.

If i try to use the .sas file in %include calling statement it pops the error as physical file doesn't exist.

 

Is there any special permissions required to me my PC, If required how to check i've the access permissions or  not ?

 

May i get the solution from anyone of you.

 

 


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Thanks& Regards,
Rajiv Santosh.
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Kurt_Bremser
Super User

Have a look at the definition of server SASApp in the Metadata Management Console. There you will see where the "Files" Section of the navigation tree should start in the physical filesystem.

My guess is that the "Files" of SASApp start in a different location than you expect, so you are not saving your files where you intended.

 

PS the default configuration places the root of the Files navigation tree in the user's home directory, so I guess your files end up in /home/username/SASCODE/... instead of /SASCODE/...

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rajiv436
Fluorite | Level 6
goto file menu --> save as --> servers --> SAS App server --> EGFlow --> (desired folder location) --> programblk1.sas
saved.
Thanks& Regards,
Rajiv Santosh.
Kurt_Bremser
Super User

Have a look at the definition of server SASApp in the Metadata Management Console. There you will see where the "Files" Section of the navigation tree should start in the physical filesystem.

My guess is that the "Files" of SASApp start in a different location than you expect, so you are not saving your files where you intended.

 

PS the default configuration places the root of the Files navigation tree in the user's home directory, so I guess your files end up in /home/username/SASCODE/... instead of /SASCODE/...

ballardw
Super User

Should the paths in _clientprojectpath and the %include start the same?

I'm seeing /home/sasdemo/EG_Flow.. and /SASCODE/EG_Flow...

rajiv436
Fluorite | Level 6
HI Ballard,

path should be the same as in _clientprojectpath to %include.
Program saved in /home/sasdemo/egflow path
Thank you ballard.
Thanks& Regards,
Rajiv Santosh.

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