Date: Wed, 5 Mar 2008 05:27:48 -0800
Reply-To: Lex Jansen <lexjansen@GMAIL.COM>
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From: Lex Jansen <lexjansen@GMAIL.COM>
Subject: Re: Shell Script to run multiple SAS codes
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Take a look at the GNU make utility.
See a paper by David Garbutt on lexjansen.com:
Understanding what 'make' can do for you:
On Mar 5, 7:34 am, mailtokunalkel...@GMAIL.COM (Kunal Kelkar) wrote:
> Hi All,
> Can anyone provide me some examples to run multiple SAS programs using
> script in Unix. My requirement is like
> Run code1.sas if output is fine => run code2 if output is fine => run Code3
> and so on.
> I tried to search on the SAS site but was not able to find suitable example.
> I have written a small script like below but its not giving me the correct
> #execute the following codes on e after the other
> (sas test.sas && touch test.OK || touch test.FAIL) &
> (sas test1.sas && touch test1.OK || touch test1.FAIL) &
> #WAIT FOR THE DATA
> #TEST JOB STATUS
> echo "DONE"
> Kunal Kelkar