sasjs run command enables developers to submit SAS code for execution from the commandline.
sasjs run <sourcecode> [additional arguments]
Additional arguments may include:
-t) - the target environment in which to deploy the services. If not specified, the first target will be used instead.
This will create a session and execute some SAS code. The log will be returned as a file in the current directory. The source file must have a ".sas" extension.
sasjs run somecode.sas -t target
# create minimal SAS program cat > ./somecode.sas <<'EOL' %put hello from SASjs; EOL # run the SAS code on the target sasjs run somecode.sas -t myTarget
We plan to support the following:
- keeping sessions alive
- directing log output
- extracting items from the session
If there are items you are looking for, or have problems / ideas, do raise an issue.