Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2000 14:18:11 -0500
Reply-To: "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>
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From: "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>
Subject: Re: Ultra-Edit Tool Configuration for SAS V.8
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> From: John Iwaniszek [mailto:John@IWANISZEK.COM]
thank you, John, for doing the homework and reposting this.
I have set this up and haven't used it yet, so I'm wondering about the
do I not have to add a config file after the config parameter?
[see Command Line instructions]
it would seem that this would run SAS in batch mode?
am I correct on that?
if so, then each program must be self-sufficient.
i.e., must either have an include of an autoexec
which is where I have:
1. libname LIBRARY
2. libname SITEMACROS
3. add SASUSER to SASAUTOS
I've always wondered about the -autoexec parm on the SAS command line
so perhaps this is the place to try that.
hm, guess I'll go back and review my MVS programs and see how
self-sufficient they were.
thanks again for a good tip.
Ron Fehd the macro maven CDC Atlanta GA USA RJF2@cdc.gov
OpSys: WinNT Ver: 8.1
> Here is something I posted in January:
> > A while back someone expressed the wish that Ian Mead add a run SAS
> > button to the Ultraedit tool bar. By the way The platform
> is Windows.
> > This can be done in the advanced => tool configuration dialog box
> > Command Line:
> > Set the command line to whatever command line your SAS
> system program
> > file type uses (ex: c:\sas\sas.exe %f -nologo -config). The
> %f parameter
> > will contain the current file open in Ultraedit using long
> > Working Directory:
> > Set the working directory to %p.
> > Hit Insert.
> > To set up a button on the menu use the advanced =>
> configuration toolbar
> > tab and insert usertool 1 or later if you have set up other tool.
> > Now all you have to do to run the program you just saved is
> hit hammer1
> > (you'll know what I mean after you set it up) button and
> your program
> > will run.
> > If you have the log, lst and any other files open before
> you execute the
> > program they will automatically update after the program is finished
> > executing. There are options for setting how the file
> update works in
> > the configuration menus.
> > Ultraeditly,
> > John
> John Iwaniszek
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