Scheduling in SAS 9.2
Original Publication Date: 2009-Dec-31
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Scheduling in SAS® 9.2
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The correct bibliographic citation for this manual is as follows: SAS Institute Inc. 2009. Scheduling in SAS 9.2. Cary, NC: SAS Institute Inc.
Scheduling in SAS 9.2
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4 SAS Scheduling Overview 1
About SAS Scheduling 1
Overview of the Scheduling Process 2
About Scheduling Servers 5
About Schedule Manager in SAS Management Console 6 About Batch Servers 6
About Scheduling Metadata 7
4 Setting Up Scheduling Using Platform Suite for SAS 9
About Platform Suite for SAS 9
Summary of Platform Suite for SAS Installation and Configuration Tasks 10 Determining Where to Install Platform Suite for SAS 10
Defining Users 11
Installation Considerations 11
Migration Considerations 12
Resolving Issues Related to Scheduling with Platform Suite for SAS 12 Using Platform Suite for SAS with z/OS 15
Further Resources 16
4 Setting Up Scheduling Using Operating System Scheduling 17 About Operating System Scheduling 17
Capabilities and Limitations of Operating System Scheduling Servers 18 Summary of Setup Tasks 18
Step 1: Assign Local Administration Rights to Users (Windows Only) 18 Step 2: Assign Directory and File Permissions 18
Step 3: Define an Operating System Scheduling Server 19
Step 4: Assign the Operating System Scheduling Server to a Spawner 20 Using Operating System Scheduling on Windows Systems 20
Using Operating System Scheduling on UNIX Systems 21