This happened during an attempt to use the sas university edition of a virtual machine sas server to execute a sas dba session. It was an attempt to execute a DBA session using an application that is known to fail if DBA sessions are opened in the same session.
So, what’s going on here? The virtual machine sas server has an application that it needs to be able to execute a DBA session and it fails.
The virtual machine sas server is a virtual machine that has no memory. The sas dba session is run using the application that is known to fail. The application that is running on the virtual machine is called dbaSession, and it’s called sasSession.
The error message that I got was, “The DBA session failed for the following reason: Error. The Session DBA. Is being used for a different purpose that is not allowed.
The only way I can think of to solve this is to change the application that is running on the virtual machine. But then…
There is a third option: You could possibly make it so the application is started by the user that is logged in. The DBA session runs as a different user than the session that is running the virtual machine. It’s basically the same thing, but the application is run by the user that is logged in.
This seems possible, but I’m not sure how I would be able to do it. I know by logging in as the user that is logged in, I could change the applications that is running on the virtual machine. But would that also make the user that is logged in as the DBA for the virtual machine? The first option is definitely the better one, but I don’t know how I would be able to make it so the application is started by the user that is logged in.
I have no idea how to fix that.
If you have an application that uses some method to open a session it would be best if you add it to the application’s session and the session would be opened by some mechanism that is able to open the session. If it’s some other method for the application to open it, I would consider it the best way to do it.
The thing is that we’ve been running our virtual machines using a virtual machine edition of the virtual machine. I don’t think that is the right way to do it. We’ve been running the virtual machine edition of the virtual machine with the user who is logged in as the only one that can open the application and that’s it. I think its better if the session is opened by some mechanism that is able to open the session.