In SAS Enterprise Guide and SAS-DI you have the possibility to analyze the code for a SAS-program.
Analyzing the code should result in a conversion of the SAS-code to a SAS Enterprise Guide flow or SAS-DI flow. But none of these code analyzers are very good. Depending on the complexity of the SAS-code you put into the analyzer, they will leave you with a more or less successful conversion. And more times than not they will fail at doing the job.
But SAS comes with a procedure PROC SCAPROC that does a really good job at analyzing and documenting SAS-code.
Below is an example. The ‘attr‘ option writes additional information about the variables in the input data sets and views. The ‘expandmacros‘ option expands macro invocations into separate tasks.
proc scaproc; record '<PATH>' attr expandmacros; run; proc scaproc; write; run;
Be aware, that PROC SCAPROC is not able to get information from the execution of your SAS-program flow, if you are rsubmitting to other servers.
The links below gives you further descriptions of PROC SCAPROC and its options. There’s also a guide on how to do a graphical presentation of the result fra PROC SCAPROC. http://support.sas.com/resources/papers/proceedings17/1104-2017.pdf
Overview of the SCAPROC Procedure
Program for parsing the output from PROC SCAPROC to create a data set with inputs and outputs.
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