Ciao Ciro, try this... quicker than the other solution proposed...
options comamid=tcp remote=serv;
filename rlink 'tcpunix.scr';
libname rwork slibref=work server=serv
This will assign a RLS library called rwork mapped to your remote
work libray, no questions asked.
"ciro baldi" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Dear listers,
> i use sas v8 on pc connecting to a remote host unix with sas/connect.
> i use the remote library system to look at the datasets on the remote
> i can do it easily for permanent library, but it's complicate for
> looking at the datasets in the
> temporary work_area, because i don't know in advance how sas on the
> remote host name the temporary directory. A (not very satisfying) way to
> bypass the problem is 1) launching the connection 2)go to unix and take
> note on what is the name of the work-directory that sas has created
> 3)come back on the sas-pc and write on the program another remote
> libname statement.
> Can somebody suggest me an automatic way to manage this issue?
> thank you in advance
> Ciro Baldi
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