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Vemula
Obsidian | Level 7

Hi all,

 

I am using SAS Enterprise Guide to execute Python code. We have SAS 9.4M6. I have used below ways but are unsuccessful. Could you please help me with it?

 

Python Code:

 

import tempfile
import errno

def isWritable(path😞
    try:
        testfile = tempfile.TemporaryFile(dir = path)
        testfile.close()
    except OSError as e:
        if e.errno == errno.EACCES:  # 13
            return False
        e.filename = path
        raise
    return True
print(isWritable("/path/project"))

 

1:

proc fcmp;
declare object py(python);
rc = py.infile("/path/get_d_list.py");
put rc=;
rc = py.publish();
rc = py.call("isWritable", "/path/vyashoda");
/* Result = py.results["MyOutputKey"];*/
/* put Result=;*/
run;

 

2:

x "python3 /path/get_d_list.py";

 

3:
data _null_;
call system ('python3 /path/get_d_list.py');
run;

 

4:

%macro pwdls;
%sysexec %str(pwd;python3 /path/get_d_list.py);
%mend pwdls;
%pwdls;

 

 

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ChrisNZ
Tourmaline | Level 20

I never used python in SAS, but you should use 

 

filename CMD pipe 'python3 /path/get_d_list.py 2>&1';
data _null_;

  infile CMD;

  input;

  put _infile_;
run;

 

instead of

 

data _null_;
call system ('python3 /path/get_d_list.py');
run;

 

to see OS messages.

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ChrisNZ
Tourmaline | Level 20

I never used python in SAS, but you should use 

 

filename CMD pipe 'python3 /path/get_d_list.py 2>&1';
data _null_;

  infile CMD;

  input;

  put _infile_;
run;

 

instead of

 

data _null_;
call system ('python3 /path/get_d_list.py');
run;

 

to see OS messages.

Vemula
Obsidian | Level 7

Thanks much Chris for your help. Appreciate it. It's working for me.

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