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Sas workflow from Unix script

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Sas workflow from Unix script

Hello,

Can SAS workflow be run or schedule through Unix shell script or base SAS code if I don't have LSF.


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‎02-01-2015 07:37 AM
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Re: Sas workflow from Unix script

I presume that you mean "Job Flow", correct me if I'm wrong.

And tha answer is yes.

The act of deploying DI Studio jobs creates part from the .sas file, a command line within th meta data object.

That is being used when creating job flows in SMC.

For creating and scheduling job flows without LSF, see "Operating System Services" part in SAS doc, search for"Scheduling" on supoprt.sas.com.

When a flow is deployed this way, a script is created (in Windows vbs, in UNIX a shells script). Then you can use it the way that suit your needs.

Data never sleeps

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‎02-01-2015 07:37 AM
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Posts: 5,424

Re: Sas workflow from Unix script

I presume that you mean "Job Flow", correct me if I'm wrong.

And tha answer is yes.

The act of deploying DI Studio jobs creates part from the .sas file, a command line within th meta data object.

That is being used when creating job flows in SMC.

For creating and scheduling job flows without LSF, see "Operating System Services" part in SAS doc, search for"Scheduling" on supoprt.sas.com.

When a flow is deployed this way, a script is created (in Windows vbs, in UNIX a shells script). Then you can use it the way that suit your needs.

Data never sleeps
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Re: Sas workflow from Unix script

Thank you so much Linus.

Found the document and is very useful.

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