|Date: ||Sat, 17 May 2003 20:11:34 -0700|
|Reply-To: ||"T. Kunselman" <tkunselman@PONET.UCLA.EDU>|
|Sender: ||"SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>|
|From: ||"T. Kunselman" <tkunselman@PONET.UCLA.EDU>|
|Organization: ||University of California, Los Angeles|
|Subject: ||Re: Changing and storing SAS programs|
I remember the first time I saw a demo of the video editor in SAS. Is that
still in here? At the time I was thinking SAS has everything, INCLUDING the
kitchen sink. And of course they have a Source Control Manager too:-) I
believe you need SAS/SHARE to make it run and I guess SAS/AF too. Here's
the short blurb from SAS Help.
About Source Control Manager
Source Control Manager (SCM) is an application that provides source
management for applications development in the SAS System. SCM is included
with SAS/AF software
"KrzysOPoranku" <KrzysOPoranku@interia.pl> wrote in message
> Roman Kolbe wrote:
> > Hello sas-l,
> > we are using SAS v8.2 (Client = Windows 2000 NT, Server = Sun Solaris)w
> > ith SPD-Server.
> > When I open a SAS program, which I have stored before, I can open it in
> > the program editor (or with notepad) several times and I can edit and
> > change it in each "session" at the same time. I also can store it even
> > t is opened in another window of a program editor. Also several users
> > pen the same program and edit and store it even if the program is
> > n several editors by several users.
> > Such a behaviour is not allowed for example with Word- or Excel-files.
> > Is there any option that this is also not allowed for SAS programs?
> > Please help
> > Best wishes
> > Roman.
> For SAS programs stored as text files you can use a WinCVS (version
> control utilyty - http://www.wincvs.org/), but I prefer to store
> programs as SAS catalog entries.
> Krzys o Poranku