Date: Fri, 27 Jun 2008 09:50:57 -0700
Reply-To: maverick2 <phekuchand@GMAIL.COM>
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From: maverick2 <phekuchand@GMAIL.COM>
Subject: Re: how to create an auromated code
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Thanks for the response Don.
The server is UNIX based and I use EG. I can also call (but prefer not
to) SAS from the UNIX terminal (command prompt).
So how can I create a scheduled project and launch it every Friday
On Jun 27, 11:22 am, Don <dmor...@rocketmail.com> wrote:
> What kind of environment are you running in?
> Windows? If yes the task scheduler could be used to launch a job on
> Are you using EG? You could create a scheduled project using EG.
> In my case, I use Task Scheduler. Some stuff task scheduler launches
> are .net routines that
> along the way launch a SAS job.... Some stuff uses task scheduler to
> launch MSACCESS VBA and
> that launches Sas jobs. I have atleast one EG job that is launched by
> task scheduler....
> Note the PC I use for launching is not the PC where SAS resides.
> But I do have some things right on the SAS server which are launched
> by the SQL Enterprise Manager Scheduer...
> In the old VAX days, I used DCL to launch SAS routines....
> Most environments have tools that can be used to schedule and
> Don - AB3BO.
> On Jun 27, 11:59 am, maverick2 <phekuch...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > On Jun 27, 10:37 am, maverick2 <phekuch...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > have a code that needs to excecute every friday of the week
> > > automatically, without anyone actually running it. is it possible to
> > > do it?
> > If yes, then how?- Hide quoted text -
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