The SAS 9.2 Stored Process Server includes an option to specify the name of a SAS program that is to be run before any request - this is conceptually similar to the autoexec facility that has existed in SAS back to it's Jurassic days.
And, as an added bonus, there is also an option to specify the name of a program to run after each stored process. This facility provides the facility to do many of the functions described in Chapter 9 of my SAS Press Book, Building Web Applications with SAS/IntrNet®: A Guide to the Application Dispatcher, such as defining the list of available libraries based on who the user is, etc.
NOTE: Do NOT try the examples that utilize ENDSAS; as that statement does not do the same thing in the Stored Process Server as it did in the SAS/IntrNet Application Dispatcher where it simply ended the current request. In the Stored Process Server it will shut down the Stored Process Server itself.
Just follow these simple instructions to specify the program to run before/after each Stored Process.