Re: Read SAS date from log/turning it into SAS datetime value #2

Hi Richard, Rich
The datestyle Rich0850 finds, occurs in the log produced by a batch-sas
session - and doesn't appear on an interactive-sas session log.

Where you can anticipate the use for later parsing of the log, I would
reccommend - as Richard (Richard A. DeVenezia <radevenz@IX.NETCOM.COM>)
did - insert into the autoexec, a statement to generate a more-easily read
datetime. In all my sessions, (keeping altlogs of all interactive sessions
has proved very very useful, time and again) I have this statement at the
end of the autoexec.......
%put starting (contract/project/applicationname) @ %now;
That macro %now probably _should_ be built-in , but is so easy to re-
create, it hardly seems worth balloting for ... here it is on 3 lines
%macro now( fmt=datetime23.3 )/des='generate timestamp';
%sysfunc( datetime(), &fmt )
%mend  now ;
Parsing datetime formatted output, needs no more than the datetime.
informat, however the title line style of time and date info, will soon be
as easy to input....... with that feature, new in SAS9, informat anydtdtm.

As a release of SAS9 is available to many sites already, is it worth
polishing a V8 solution, so soon to be superceded ?

If a solution must be found in sas V8, try to add to the calling
environment, sas invocation-option:
-$notnote1 <timestamp> your batch-sas job title
where that <timestamp> is generated by the environment that starts the sas
$lognote1 and 2 supply the text for the title and endnote of a batch sas
session log

Good Luck
Peter Crawford

On Sat, 14 Feb 2004 07:59:32 -0500, Richard A. DeVenezia
<radevenz@IX.NETCOM.COM> wrote:

>"RICH0850" <rich0850@aol.com> wrote in message
>> Dear Group:
>> I need to read a SAS log with the initialization value of:
>> 08:32 Thursday, January 16, 2003
>> It's there, we all see it and love it (it's when the job started, at the
>top of
>> the log file).
>> I'd like to turn this into a SAS datetime value.
>> Now I can parse this thing, but I was betting that the group had
>> this too.
>> Has anyone encountered this?  And, if so, any easy solutions? Hard
>> --Richard
>Funny, my log does not have a datetime stamp in it.
>If you want something to read, put your own info in the log.
>Example, in your autoexec.sas put this
>%put <log-submit>;
>%put %nrstr (%%let) jobStartTime = %sysfunc(datetime()) %str(;) ;
>%put </log-submit>;
>This will create a small block in the log
>%let jobStartTime = 1392363843.14 ;
>In your post run program that reads logfiles, pull out the stuff between
><log-submit> and </log-submit> and submit it via call execute().  If all
>goes well, the post run program will have a macro variable jobStartTime
>containing the start time of the job you are analyzing.  Use this in a data
>*you write %doLogSubmits;
>%doLogSubmits (logfile=whatever.log);
>data _null_;
>  retain jobStartTime &jobStartTime;
>  format jobStartTime datetime16.;
>  put jobStartTime=;
>Of course, the stuff in your <log-submit> could be more complicated,
>a couple of data steps and a proc report; all spread throughout the log.
>have also used this type of logging to help reach a 'state' needed to debug
>macro calls that are made deep within a some process.
>Richard A. DeVenezia
2/15/2004 5:05:46 PM
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