|Date: ||Sat, 20 Apr 1996 22:50:24 GMT|
|Sender: ||"SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>|
|From: ||Don Stanley <dstanle@IBM.NET>|
|Organization: ||Information Power|
|Subject: ||Re: Automatic refresh of data in SAS/AF Frame entry -- OOPS|
The psuedo code presented below should reside in a _POSTINIT_ override on the
Seems to work fine, but of course I overlooked that the user may want to select
something and the code I gave never returns control to the user. Bit of a
I guess. I'm trying a couple of other ideas out to see if they can help.
<email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org (Don Stanley) writes:
>Yes there is.
>in the frame entry do something like ...
>do while (1) ;
> use wait or sleep function to stop the SCL for 5 minutes
> read the Informix database using submit continue sql and passthru
> update the screen
>In <email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org(Laura A.
Pridgen ) writes:
>>Does anyone know of a way or have a suggestion for the following:
>>I work at a computer repair center and have the need for a SAS frame
>>that displays various breakouts of the current inventory of machines
>>being repaired. I am reading an INFORMIX database and using the
>>PROC SQL Pass THRU. Is there a way that I can continuously refresh my
>>data that displays in the frame automatically say every 5 minutes
>>rather than having a 'refresh' button that needs to be pressed?
>>Any help or suggestions would be appreciated.
>Don Stanley DSTANLE@IBM.NET Information Power Limited
> SAS Institute Quality
> Wellington NEW ZEALAND
>Author : Beyond The Obvious With SAS Screen Control Language
>Currently Writing : Effective Use Of The Frame Entry In SAS Software
> (Working title)
> another chapter bites the dust ...
Don Stanley DSTANLE@IBM.NET Information Power Limited
SAS Institute Quality Partners
Wellington NEW ZEALAND
Author : Beyond The Obvious With SAS Screen Control Language
Currently Writing : Effective Use Of The Frame Entry In SAS Software
another chapter bites the dust ...