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Checking the File Path from Database in PowerShell

Checking the File Path from Database in PowerShell

On one of my recent projects I was analysing my customer's data for migration. Their legacy application could handle documents. They were stored on the organisation's shared folder, and the file path was recorded in the database with the rest of data. As a part of the...

SAS Utilities: cleanwork

SAS Utilities: cleanwork

When a user starts and runs code in a SAS session, a number of temporary folders and files are created in the SASWork and SASUtil locations.  If that session completed and exits normally these folders and files are removed, however some SAS sessions exit abnormally,...

Vi – get in, get out, get it done

Vi – get in, get out, get it done

  It seems to me that a lot of people dislike Vi. I thought a short blog on the essential commands might be helpful. If you just want to know how to either “save your changes and exit” or “exit and abandon your changes” just jump to here.I’ve collated a list of what I...