AUTOEXEC.SAS wasn’t enough for you. Yes, it’s a sure-fire way to run SAS statements (such as LIBNAME assignments or macro definitions) whenever you start your SAS session, but you found it has limitations when used in configurations with lots of users who connect with SAS Enterprise Guide. Limitations such as: [...]
About this blogChris Hemedinger is a technical architect in the Global Services Factory (part of SAS® Professional Services®). He's also co-author of the popular SAS for Dummies book, author of Custom Tasks for SAS Enterprise Guide using Microsoft .NET, and a frequent participant on the SAS® Enterprise Guide® discussion forum.
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