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Getting an indication that a stored process is running

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Getting an indication that a stored process is running

I am running a stored process from VA (7.1). While it is processing I get no indication (like an hourglass or a circling image) untill the end (when the output appears). Using Chrome, there is a revolving circe on the report tab, but using Explorer there is nothing.

Any way to include/generate such an indication?

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‎03-07-2016 02:52 AM
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Re: Getting an indication that a stored process is running

I have encounterd the same problem but have added a step immediately at the end of the stored process as per excerpt below.  This works the same way as printing results into the results window in Base SAS or Enterprise Guide. 

 

%INCLUDE "&File_Path.\&SP..sas";

 

%RunSP;

 

DATA _NULL_;

    FILE PRINT;

    PUT "&metric. ran successfully";

    PUT %STR();

RUN;

 

%STPEND;

 

 

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Re: Getting an indication that a stored process is running

I am afraid that there is no direct workaround for this, except to use SASVisualAnalyticsViewer with HTML5 which means to update to SAS VA 7.3 (or the next version of SAS VA when it will be released).

Or you could try to update to the latest version of IE (or downgrade it, which is not necesarily recommended).

 

The explanation is that this is the interpretation of the web browser for flash components and javascript.

 

For the best approach, SAS Technical Support can help you. Or maybe other colleague here has a better idea/perspective than mine.

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‎03-07-2016 02:52 AM
Occasional Contributor
Posts: 6

Re: Getting an indication that a stored process is running

I have encounterd the same problem but have added a step immediately at the end of the stored process as per excerpt below.  This works the same way as printing results into the results window in Base SAS or Enterprise Guide. 

 

%INCLUDE "&File_Path.\&SP..sas";

 

%RunSP;

 

DATA _NULL_;

    FILE PRINT;

    PUT "&metric. ran successfully";

    PUT %STR();

RUN;

 

%STPEND;

 

 

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