Date: Tue, 24 Oct 2006 10:12:39 -0400
Reply-To: "Richard A. DeVenezia" <rdevenezia@WILDBLUE.NET>
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From: "Richard A. DeVenezia" <rdevenezia@WILDBLUE.NET>
Subject: Re: remote submiting SAS pgms from unix to unix
> I use PC sas to connect to two unix machines. First I logon to both
> machines and then use rsubmit to the unix machines using their name.
> rsubmit unixbox1;
> rsubmit unixbox2;
> I want to write a sas pgm which will run on unixbox1 and then remote
> submit part of the pgm to unixbox2 without having unixbox2 ask for
> username or password (just like in the case for PC sas environment).
> Does anyone give me some suggestions or examples on how to do it?
Read the SIGNON help pages. It might be as simple as:
SIGNON host2 username=me2 password=shhh;
Another way is to specify the connect script, and place the u/p in the scrip
SIGNON host2 cscript='autologin-host2.scr';
Note: autologin-host2.scr would be a modified copy of tcpunix.scr found in
Richard A. DeVenezia