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SASjs CLI

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@sasjs/cli is a Command-Line Interface to assist with creating, building, and deploying Data Science projects and HTML5 Web Applications on the SAS platform (both SAS 9 and Viya). Features include:

  • Scaffold a new SAS App in seconds (sasjs create myApp -t jobs)
  • Compile / Build SAS Jobs, Services & Macros locally and deploy / execute remotely, in isolation from other developers (sasjs cbd)
  • No dependency on the server filesystem
  • Optionally synchronise a local folder onto the server filesystem using sasjs fs
  • Trigger Viya Jobs & Flows (sasjs job execute / sasjs flow execute)
  • Enforce code quality rules with sasjs lint
  • Generate HTML5 documentation (requires doxygen) with sasjs doc
  • Create and execute SAS tests (sasjs test)

There is also a feature to let you deploy a frontend application as a set of streaming web services, bypassing the need to deploy to the SAS Web Server.

A quick demonstration of using it to compile, build and deploy a set of SAS Viya jobs is shown below.

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Installation

  1. Install globally using npm as follows:
  npm i -g @sasjs/cli

You can also use the tool without deploying through NPX as follows:

npx @sasjs/cli <command>

Documentation

Additional documentation can be found on the SASjs CLI documentation site.

Notes

Running npm i -g @sasjs/cli@latest does not always upgrade properly. This is due to a known bug in npm, which is fixed in npm 7.

If you are running NPM in version 6 or below, you can try running npm update -g @sasjs/cli instead, or - the sledgehammer approach - delete the files from the NPM folder and then do a fresh install.

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Contributors

Thanks goes to these wonderful people (emoji key):


Muhammad Saad

💻 ⚠️ 👀 🧑‍🏫 📖

Yury Shkoda

💻 📆 ⚠️ 📹 📖

Krishna Acondy

💻 ⚠️ 🚇 🖋 🚧 📦 👀

Mihajlo Medjedovic

💻 🚇 ⚠️ 👀

Allan Bowe

💻 👀 ⚠️ 📹 📖

Sabir Hassan

💻 👀 ⚠️ 🤔

VladislavParhomchik

⚠️ 👀

Rud Faden

🐛

This project follows the all-contributors specification. Contributions of any kind welcome!