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capture stored process input parameters

hi,

when I call my stored process from the stored process web application and specify _debug=131, i get a list of stored process input parameters, see below.

is there a way to capture this information and store it in a sas data set?

thanks,

Bart

>>> 0.004 Stored Process Input Parameters:

_debug = 131

_grafloc = /sasweb/graph

_htcook = WT_FPC=id=10.127.157.248-372370784.30267271:lv=1355481518517:ss=1355481518517; JSESSIONID=01316A22BB6CFC2661F02FBF09A626B8.sasserver1

_htua = Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.1; Trident/4.0; SLCC2; .NET CLR 2.0.50727; .NET CLR 3.5.30729; .NET CLR 3.0.30729; Media Center PC 6.0; .NET4.0C; .NET4.0E; MS-RTC LM 8)

_program = /Wikker BI/Portal/StoredProcesses/keepAlive

_reqmeth = GET

_rmtaddr = 134.143.119.118

_rmthost = 134.143.119.118

_srvname = wikkerweb-d.eom.nl

_srvport = 80

_url = /SASStoredProcess/do

_userlocale = en_US

_username = bart.heinsius

_version = Version 9.3 (Build 475)

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Re: capture stored process input parameters

Yes! I think you can store this in a dataset

you can try this..

you can define a library.. 'SEEPARAM'

data seeparam.input_param;

     _version = "&_version ";

     _username = "&_username";

run;

SGB

SAS Super FREQ
Posts: 684

Re: capture stored process input parameters

Hi Bart

Stored Process Input parameters are written to the corresponding macro varibales. You could use code similar to the one below to capture the contents of the macro variables:

proc sql;
 
create table myParms as
 
select
    *
 
from
    dictionary.macros
 
where
    name
like "/_%" escape "/"
 
order by
    name
  ;
quit;

The code above will only select macro variables starting with "_", but you can change the WHERE clause to get what you need

Bruno

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