sas >> Checking what SAS modules are installed

by dimitri.shvorob » Tue, 12 Sep 2006 22:50:21 GMT

Could someone please tell me how to find out what SAS components (STAT, IML,
ETS, etc.) are installed on the machine? Is there a PROC that can just print
out the list?
Thank you.


sas >> Checking what SAS modules are installed

by Mterjeson » Tue, 12 Sep 2006 23:03:16 GMT


Proc Setinit;
Run;




Hope this is helpful.


Mark Terjeson
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Russell Investment Group


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Subject: Checking what SAS modules are installed

Could someone please tell me how to find out what SAS components (STAT,
IML, ETS, etc.) are installed on the machine? Is there a PROC that can
just print out the list?
Thank you.



sas >> Checking what SAS modules are installed

by rjf2 » Tue, 12 Sep 2006 23:05:17 GMT

proc setinit;run;



Checking what SAS modules are installed

by dimitri.shvorob » Tue, 12 Sep 2006 23:08:28 GMT

Mark, Patrice, thank you very much!


Checking what SAS modules are installed

by tobydunn » Tue, 12 Sep 2006 23:08:32 GMT

Proc SetInit ;
Run ;




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From: Dimitri Shvorob < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >
Reply-To: Dimitri Shvorob < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >
To: XXXX@XXXXX.COM
Subject: Checking what SAS modules are installed
Date: Tue, 12 Sep 2006 10:50:21 -0400

Could someone please tell me how to find out what SAS components (STAT, IML,
ETS, etc.) are installed on the machine? Is there a PROC that can just print
out the list?
Thank you.


Checking what SAS modules are installed

by proccontents » Tue, 12 Sep 2006 23:08:46 GMT

I checked what is on my mechine by using

proc setinit ;
run;






Checking what SAS modules are installed

by ghellrieg » Tue, 12 Sep 2006 23:18:48 GMT

You can use

proc setinit; run;

To see what you have a license for. That might be not the same as the
installed modules, but it's a good start. To see what you really have on the
machine, there is no PROC. You could have a look in the installation
directory for the names of the subdirectories, but SAS does only "know" what
you have licensed. On the other hand, it's not sure that you have the
modules on the machine which are licensed. Someone could have deleted
subdirectories.



On Tue, 12 Sep 2006 10:50:21 -0400, Dimitri Shvorob




Checking what SAS modules are installed

by Andreww » Tue, 12 Sep 2006 23:58:41 GMT

I think if you just type

proc setinit;
run;

You should get what you want.

Andrew



Checking what SAS modules are installed

by Walter.Scott » Wed, 13 Sep 2006 00:28:17 GMT

Dimitri,
As Gerhard said, proc setinit will tell you what modules are
licensed. You may not have all the licensed modules installed.
For a first approximation of what is actually installed, check the
directoriy name immediately below your sasroot directory. This won't
show what Access modules you have, however, because all Access modules
are installed into the same "Access" sub-directory. For a more
definitive audit check the SAS web-site for filedetv8.sas (for v9) or
filedetv8.sas.

Walter

Mark, Patrice, thank you very much!


Checking what SAS modules are installed

by diannerhodes » Wed, 13 Sep 2006 01:36:29 GMT

On Tue, 12 Sep 2006 11:18:48 -0400, Gerhard Hellriegel <ghellrieg@T-



Hmm. Maybe a good start, maybe not. In a big shop like BLS which has
licenses for all variety of access modules, but they are not all installed
on each individual machine, it would be quite misleading. I wanted a way
to know what (eg Oracle) is installed, not licensed. I found a program on
the SAS web site: filedetv9.sas which pipes through the directories and
produces a nice set of reports. You have to run it in version 9. If you
are interested and have trouble finding it let me know

Dianne
rhodes dot dianne @ bls dot gov


Checking what SAS modules are installed

by proccontents » Wed, 13 Sep 2006 01:40:22 GMT

For a more definitive audit check the SAS web-site for filedetv8.sas (for
v9) or
filedetv8.sas.

Can you explain this part little more please like how and where to check ??





Checking what SAS modules are installed

by davidlcassell » Wed, 13 Sep 2006 02:03:20 GMT

XXXX@XXXXX.COM sagely replied:


The file can be downloaded from this URL:

http://ftp.sas.com/techsup/download/base/

There happen to be a lot of useful files here, so stop and smell the
coffee on your way to the filedetv9.sas file.

(And I still think this would be better as a Perl program. :-)

HTH,
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Checking what SAS modules are installed

by diannerhodes » Wed, 13 Sep 2006 02:13:40 GMT

On Tue, 12 Sep 2006 11:03:20 -0700, David L Cassell




Yes, Pearl or Unix, but it is under windoze. There is also a version for
SAS v 8. You may have to do some customization to get it to run -- I
found I'm going to need to change the file assignments to match our custom
set up.

Dianne


Checking what SAS modules are installed

by davidlcassell » Wed, 13 Sep 2006 02:29:06 GMT

XXXX@XXXXX.COM replied to me:


Perl. (Pearl is a graphics language that is actually older than Perl.)

And Perl runs under Windows too. (Go to activestate.com to get it
for free, and it comes with a stock Windows installation wizrd.)

I just find that Perl gives me more flexibility for system admin tasks, and
more error-handling too.

Plus, it's really weird, and I like that. :-) :-)

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Checking what SAS modules are installed

by rjf2 » Wed, 13 Sep 2006 03:35:27 GMT

> From: SAS_learner

http://ftp.sas.com/techsup/download/base/

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