3 edition of SAS companion for OS operating systems and TSO. found in the catalog.
SAS companion for OS operating systems and TSO.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|LC Classifications||QA276.4 .S22 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 219 p. :|
|Number of Pages||219|
|LC Control Number||85161002|
Host Operating Systems The Grand Alliance: Using TSO/E CLIST and REXX Command Languages in the SAS® Program Development Cycle Hallett German, GTE Laboratories Inc. A. Introduction: Over the years, many papers have been presented at bolh SUGI andNESUG on usingCUSTsand REXX SYSOPSYS the z/OS name, version, release, modification level, and FMID. For example, /* REXX */ mvsstring = MVSVAR('SYSOPSYS') say mvsstring exit 0. may return a string of z/OS JBB, where z/OS represents the product name, followed by a blank character, followed by an eight-character string representing version, release, modification number, followed by a blank character,
Reading SAS Datalines in R. Other Books Summary and Analysis of Extension Program Evaluation in R in this site in a published work, please cite it as a source. Also, if you are an instructor and use this book in your course, please let me know. My contact information is on the An R Companion for the Handbook of Biological TSO Tutorial June, TSO is an acronym for Time Sharing Option, which is an accurate summation of the primary service that the TSO feature sharing allows the resources of the computer – CPU, memory, and datasets – to be shared by all users by dividing up computer time into segments or program or command being executed by each TSO user is allocated a single
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SAS® Companion for z/OS. Cary, NC: SAS Institute Inc. 3rd electronic book, April SAS Transporting SAS Data Sets between Operating Environments 31 Accessing SAS Files in SAS companion for OS operating systems and TSO.
book Operating Environments 31 Using Input/Output Features 31 Reserved z/OS ddnames 32 Using the SAS Remote Browser COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus What's New in SAS Companion for z/OS; About This Book; Running SAS Software under z/OS; Initializing and Configuring SAS Software; Invoking SAS in the z/OS Environment; Connecting to SAS under z/OS; Customizing Your SAS Session; HFS, UFS, and zFS Terminology; Specifying Physical Files; SAS Software Files; Transporting SAS Data Sets between If a problem is detected by the operating environment, it sends messages to the job log or to the terminal screen (not the SAS log).
In this case, you might need to consult an appropriate IBM manual or your on-site systems staff to determine the problem and the ://?docsetId=hosto&.
contains the operating environment name. For systems before OS/ Release 1, SYSSCPL contains the value MVS. For OS/ releases, SYSSCPL contains the value OS/ For z/OS releases, SYSSCPL contains the value z/OS.
You cannot change the value of this macro :// The IBM z/OS operating system delivers the secure, scalable, available infrastructure required for hybrid architectures to support on premises, off premises, or provisioned :// This section describes the features of SAS software under z/OS that are new or enhanced since SAS z/OS is the successor to the OS/ operating system.
SAS (and later) for z/OS is supported on both OS/ and z/OS operating systems and, throughout this document, any reference to z/OS also applies to OS/, unless otherwise specifies how the operating system handles the library data set if the job step under which SAS is running terminates abnormally in such a way that SAS cannot handle the abend.
However, under TSO, or if SAS can handle the abend, the data set is handled ?docsetId=hosto&. SAS used to publish (maybe still does) a SAS Companion for each operating system. I don't recall the name specifically, but it would be something like SAS Companion for the Mainframe, or SAS Companion for OS/ something along those lines.
Write a SAS program to read the data from your DD statement into a SAS data :// SAS® Companion for z/OS, Sixth Edition; SAS® Companion for z/OS, Sixth Edition (using a JCL DD statement or the TSO ALLOCATE command) or internally (using the SAS FILENAME statement or FILENAME function). How you specify file-access permissions and attributes depends on whether you use SAS statements or operating system ?docsetId=hosto&.
Murach's OS/ and z/OS JCL This book presents the background skills that every programmer needs for working with an IBM mainframe. That includes using the operating system's JCL (Job Control Language), working with VSAM files by using AMS (Access Method Services), and much :// This title is intended for users who are familiar with the SAS System, but who have not necessarily used the SAS System under CMS.
This title is available for purchase as a hardcopy or digital book, or in the SAS OnlineDoc CD-ROM with PDF files. The HTML version of SAS OnlineDoc CD-ROM is shipped free with Version › Books › Computers & Technology › Operating Systems.
About This Book Syntax Conventions for the SAS Language Overview of Syntax Conventions for the SAS Language SAS uses standard conventions in the documentation of On an IBM mainframe running any MVS-related operating system (the current release is z/OS), you use TSO/ISPF to do everyday tasks of program development, like editing source programs, compiling and running them, displaying file contents, and much more.
This is our classic book on the subject that was published in SAS Companion for the OS/ Environment contains the operating environment name. For systems prior to OS/ Release 1, SYSSCPL contains the value MVS. For OS/ releases, SYSSCPL contains the value OS/ a SAS/SESSION connection, or a TSO session.
SAS obtains this value from the ACEEUSRI field of the ACEE control :// need to leave the SAS environment to develop, save, and execute their SAS programs. The SAS interactive environment under TSO allows them to interact directly with the operating system and be successful in most of their programming tasks.
SAS provides all the tools necessary to read, write, and create system files, SAS Databases, and :// The following enhancements have been made to SAS Companion for z/OS: SAS M3 has the following changes and enhancements: SAS Companion for z/OS is reorganized to enhance faster retrieval of information.
“Initializing and Configuring SAS Software,” the first chapter of previous versions of the documentation, has been separated into several ?docsetId=hosto&. Since the s, the OS operating system in its various releases has been used to run IBM mainframes, the powerful computers that handle thousands of transactions every day in large companies throughout the world.
This book was written for the current edition of OS, z/OS, and its immediate predecessor, OS Since the release of Rexx outside of IBM, Rexx has been ported to virtually all operating systems and was formally standardised with the publishing of the ANSI Standard for Rexx in In lateIBM transferred their implementation of Object REXX to the Rexx Language Association under an Open Source :// operating system, macro variable containing REXX interface "SAS Interface to REXX" REXX interface "SAS Interface to REXX" RETURN option, ABORT statement REUSE option, FILENAME statement REXX execs, invoking from SAS sessions TSO CALL routine TSO function TSO host command TSO statement REXX interface enabling "REXXMAC" enabling "SAS Interface to.
SAS commands, accessing from menus SAS commands, issuing SAS commands, printing with SAS configuration files creating from scratch default editing naming conventions processing order search order for specifying an alternate specifying SAS system options in SAS/CONNECT software transferring SAS files between operating systems SAS data files SAS source statements, specifying sequence number columns SAS Support Consultants SAS System connecting from starting "Invoking SAS in the OS/ Environment" starting "Other Considerations for Improving Performance" support SAS system files console log file parmcards file "SAS System Files" parmcards file "SAS System Files" procedure output TSO sas input() opt(sysparm=XYZ) CMS sas (sysparm=XYZ) Open sas/sysparm=XYZ VMS UNIX, sas sysparm XYZ OS/2, Windows See the SAS® companion for your host system for more details.
CONCLUSION Using the SYSPARM option is a way to write flexible SAS® ://