On Oct 29, 8:09=A0am, joewhitehu...@GMAIL.COM (Joe Whitehurst) wrote:
> Then you might not know what fun you're missing :))
> On Wed, Oct 28, 2009 at 7:50 PM, Savian <savian....@gmail.com> wrote:
> > On Oct 28, 11:41 am, UKR <nlk...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > Thank you for your comments.
> > > I will investigate Silverlight and oleDB technologies as well as cost=
> > > associated with keeping single SAS PC license.
> > > In any case how SAS Institute could abandon AF so easily, if favor to
> > > which kind of technology? What solutions does SAS Institute provide t=
> > > support GUI programs on windows server? =A0Does anybody have any
> > > experience with any SAS products able to effectively utilize GUI othe=
> > > than AF?
> > > SAS Institute, hello!!!
> > > Thank you all for participating in this discussion vital for our smal=
> > > group of programmers.
> > I think you are asking the wrong question here. Instead, consider how
> > to use SAS and SAS data using GUI technologies. There are lots of ways
> > to get at SAS data and a number of ways to submit SAS programs. Hence,
> > use standard GUI technologies (.NET, J2EE, etc.) and call SAS for
> > execution or read in SAS data.
> > Personally, I use SAS on almost every engagement, build UIs on almost
> > every engagement, but I have never written a UI using SAS
> > technologies.
> > Alan
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I have actually seen the code and I'll take C# and Visual Studios for
UI work any day of the week.
Then again Joe, you may have been using the term 'fun' in jest.