Submit a Segment of a Job
You can submit a segment of a job that either begins or ends at a selected
transformation. You can right-click the transformation and select Run From Selected
Transformation, or Run To Selected Transformation, or Run Selected
Transformation from the context menu. Alternatively, you can select a transformation
and then click Run From Selected Transformation, or Run To Selected
Transformation, or Run Selected Transformation from the toolbar.
Submit a Job One Step at a Time
You can submit a job by running one step at a time. Click Step on the Job Editor
window toolbar to move through the job on a step-by-step basis. You can click
Continue on the toolbar to run the remainder of the job in a single submission.
Submit a Job to a Grid
You can submit a job to a grid provided that the job is grid-enabled and the default SAS
Application Server is configured for grid computing. To grid-enable a job, click Yes in
the drop-down menu in the Enable parallel processing macros field on the Options tab
of the properties window for the job.
For additional information about server requirements, system administrators should see
the grid chapter in the SAS Intelligence Platform: Application Server Administration
If a Grid Server Component is available, you can select the component in the Server
drop-down menu on the Job Editor window toolbar. Then, click Submit in the toolbar to
submit the job to the grid.
Meeting Prerequisites for Collecting Job
You can track performance statistics for a job that is run interactively. You can use SAS
Web Report Studio or the SAS Stored Process Server to display pre-built reports for
multiple jobs that were executed on a batch server. If your site has licensed SAS®
Environment Manager and SAS® Job Monitor, then you can use a web browser to
display run-time statistics for jobs. To collect job statistics, the following prerequisites
must be met:
• The logging facility must be enabled on the server that executes the job. ARM
statistics are enabled by default for SAS Workspace Servers, but not for SAS Batch
servers. If you want to use the pre-built reports, the SAS Data Integration Studio job
statistics package must also be installed and configured on the server. For more
information, administrators should see the "Administering Logging for SAS Servers"
chapter in the SAS Intelligence Platform System Administration Guide.
• The collect run-time statistics option must be enabled for the job. This option is
enabled by default. If the option has been disabled, and you want to enable it, open
the job in the Job Editor window. Then, right-click the canvas and select Collect
Runtime Statistics and Collect Table Statistics. Note that you can also select
Note: You can collect run-time statistics for all new jobs by selecting Tools ð Options
ð Job Editor. Then, select the check boxes for Collect Runtime Statistics and
Collect Table Statistics. You can also use the Maximum numbers of warnings
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