Type:Problem NotePriority:mediumDate Modified:2011-08-11 15:49:08Date Created:2010-04-21 09:04:22 This content is presented in an iframe, which your browser does not support. Some basic understanding of EM the Operating System and SAS are required.When you are the sas local admin, tsj..... ---->-- ja karman --<----- Message 7 of 7 (249 Views) Reply 0 Use the actual SHELL command instead of the SHELL alias. NOWAIT is the default.
This error message indicates that the launch of the command failed. The most common problem is that the command cannot be found or was not executable. You may be running into quoting issues? For information about SAS/CONNECT processes, see the SAS/CONNECT User's Guide.
You can use the status variables for each task to determine which tasks failed to complete. All rights reserved. In that case, you encounter an error message.
Showing results for Search instead for Do you mean Find a Community Communities Welcome Getting Started Community Memo Community Matters Community Suggestion Box Have Your Say SAS Programming Base SAS Programming Unfortunately, when I follow the instructions and run the em_console the same error message is displayed in the DOS command window.Any other idea ? If a SYSTASK statement cannot execute successfully, the SYSRC macro variable will contain a non-zero value. Type:Usage NotePriority:Date Modified:2014-11-25 15:21:30Date Created:2014-11-25 15:01:11 This content is presented in an iframe, which your browser does not support.
Are you running batch? Valid: anywhere UNIX specifics: all Syntax Details See Also Syntax SYSTASK COMMAND "operating-environment-command"
If you do not specify a task name, SYSTASK will automatically generate a name. When a task is started, its status variable is set to NULL. Details SYSTASK allows you to execute operating system-specific commands from within your SAS session or application. SAS/CONNECT Process Tasks started from SAS/CONNECT with the SIGNON statement or command and RSUBMIT statement are of type SAS/CONNECT Process.
If the command options require quotes, repeat the quotes. check it out If the task name contains a blank character, enclose it in quotation marks. I saw that note before posting online. Valid in: anywhere in a SAS program Windows specifics: all Syntax Details See Also Syntax SYSTASK COMMAND "operating system command"
For example: SYSTASK COMMAND "xdialog -m ""There was an error."" -t ""Error"" -o"; Note: If the command name is a shell alias, or if you use the shell special characters tilde (~) You can "mimik" the SAS/Connect functionality of pushing macro variables from the parent to the child via system option "-initstmt" (dynamically creating "%let" statements which then get executed in the child The child processes use the "sas.bat" under the server context (compute tier) to which the EG session is connected to. The server process terminated unexpectedly with exit value 115" In SAS Enterprise Miner™, when you try to create a project, the following error might be displayed: Error The application could not
Enclose the command in either single or double quotation marks. I checked with SAS reagarding same and they suggested that when system resources(memory) is low we be getting it issue. KILL forces the termination of the specified task(s). Within Base SAS, enter and run the following code: proc setinit; run; proc product_status; run; Examine the results.
Note: Program steps that follow the SYSTASK statements in SAS applications usually depend on the successful execution of the SYSTASK statements. As the client connects to a server and most of it runs at that side. However, I am being told the command is not recognized, even though it can be used anywhere.
LIST lists either a specific active task or all of the active tasks in the system. All rights reserved. To display SAS/CONNECT processes, use the LISTTASK statement to display the task name, type, and state. STATUS=stat-var specifies a macro variable in which you want SYSTASK to store the status of the task.
Unlike the X statement, the SYSTASK statement runs these commands as asynchronous tasks, which means that these tasks execute independently of all other tasks that are currently running. If a task terminates abnormally, then its status variable will be set to -1. A task is active if it is running or if it has completed and has not been waited for using the WAITFOR statement. If this happens, please provide a screenshot.
For example: systask command "find ""my text"" c:\mydir\myfile.sas" Note: The operating system command that you specify cannot require input from the keyboard. WAIT | NOWAIT determines whether SYSTASK COMMAND suspends execution of Click the Hot Fix tab in this note to access the hot fix for this issue. For example, this Tech Support note outlines a similar message 49327 - An "application could not log on to the server ... Task names must be unique among all active tasks.
i am using windows and sas version 9 Message 4 of 6 (158 Views) Reply 0 Likes Tom Esteemed Advisor Posts: 5,304 Re: SYSTASK Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe any 1 please help me out. A fix for this issue for Base SAS 9.21_M3 is available at:http://ftp.sas.com/techsup/download/hotfix/HF2/B25.html#39397 ERROR: Could not create a new process. If you do not specify a task name, SYSTASK will automatically generate a name.
Status variable names must be unique among all active tasks. Asynchronous tasks run in the background, so you can perform additional tasks while the asynchronous task is still running. WAIT | NOWAIT determines whether SYSTASK COMMAND suspends execution of the current SAS session until the task has completed. It seems you have an open desktop not the normal expected closed one.
If your license has been expired for some time, then it is possible that you are not able to launch Base SAS. Status variable names must be unique among all active tasks. This fix problem is one I have seen at he the end 2013 start 2014 where a fix of SAS in Eminer (12) was the problem of not being able to or inside an interactive SAS session?
Once that's determined you should contact Tech Support regarding the crashing issue.