Hello Fellow Users,
I am new user of JMP and have written a script to take a variable input, plot p-chart (control chart) and export it as jpeg image.
Now that my script is ready I want to pass in the variable values daily from outside JMP.
Is there a way to run this code independently - as a windows executatble (.exe) or as windows service or something else.
1. I am thinking of hosting this JSL code outside the JMP environment - so that other tools can interact with this code and export control chart as jpeg.
2. If creating an exe or as a service is not possible, then I am thinking of a way to pass on my variable inputs via external sources (eg. batch script) to JMP/JSL and then execute this JSL at scheduled interval.
Please let me know in case there are other options available. Any help or direction will be much appreciated.
P.S: I have searched online documenation and have not found any pointers to solve this problem.
Try looking at automating it with Excel or C#. In your JMP installation, there will be sample files (K:\Program Files\SAS\JMP\14\Samples\Automation). Use these examples as guides to help you get set up with C# or Excel. Once you are able to connect to C# or Excel, you can have .exe developed in C# or a macro file in Excel that you can instantiate with a click.
Keep in mind that JMP is a desktop application and not a server level application.
If you go with option 2, this thread may be useful: https://community.jmp.com/t5/Discussions/Autorunning-of-JMP-Scripts-at-a-Specific-Time/td-p/13604