comp.soft-sys.sas - The SAS statistics package.
I accidentally erased all SAS-L mail for today. If there was a response regarding running SAS in Vista windows, please resend. Thank you.
I want to prototype some CGI scripts running on the MVS web server. What is the trick to execute SAS directly from the UNIX (OMVS or telnet) shell? This did not work: $ tso ex "'SYS1.CMDPROC(SAS)'" ex 'SYS1.CMDPROC(SAS)' 1Warning: SASUSER file: UNAVAILABLE DATASET SASUSER file not allocated to this session RC(8) I just want to view the html output by eye this way, while debugging. It seems that to run as an actual CGI script, there are some extra install steps. What is a good way to determine if these steps have been done? Anyone doing this (running SAS as a CGI script from z/OS httpd server)? How has your experience been?
Hi dave, with windows XP, you can use the task administrator or task scheduler (The french expression is 'thes planifis'...). This tool is not installed by default, otherwise you can find it into the system tools. Sthane. ----Message d'origine---- >Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2005 17:09:18 -0800 >De: David Fickbohm < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > >Sujet: Want to schedule a job to run twice in a month - windows XP >A: XXXX@XXXXX.COM > >People, >I have a job that runs twice a month on the 4th and the 19th. I have been using the task scheduler in windows xp professional. >1 - Anybody know of a way to do that in the task scheduler? >2 - Assuming not what do other use to schedule jobs? >Thanks >Dave > > >Dave Fickbohm >Use Technology to the Fullest >1250 45th st suite 200 >Emeryville, CA, 94608 >510 594 4151 voice > >--------------------------------- >Do you Yahoo!? > Yahoo! Mail - now with 250MB free storage. Learn more. > >