SAS CONNECT/SAS Display Manager or BASE SAS
We have SAS EBI Server license. Many or our SAS Programmer wants to use BASE
SAS (or SAS Display Manager) instead of SAS Enterprise Guide.
But As you know Windows Server comes with only two terminal licenses.
I see that we have SAS/CONNECT license (which came with BI suite). Can I
install BASE SAS on PC and use SAS/CONNECT to run code on the server?
Or Do we have to buy PC license for BASE SAS?
What's options we have. Please help.
On Oct 21, 8:11=A0am, abcu...@YAHOO.COM (Abc Unha) wrote:
> We have SAS EBI Server license. Many or our SAS Programmer wants to =A0us...Want a challenge? Emailing from sas
I have a piece of code that emails an attachement to people, however I
cannot include any text in the body of the email and have to send a
preliminary email to detail what is to follow, is there a way of
including the body of the text in the first bit of code.
Please note I have tride to attach using the following:
filename mail email ' '
But due to our systems it is impossible so the following has to be
...SAS dataset on Unix challenge
I need some suggestions. Here is the scenario:
I have a single SAS dataset on a Unix machine. No Samba installed on this
machine and I have been told no for getting it installed.
I have a .NET application on a Windows Server 2003. The .NET app needs to
read in the SAS dataset. I have been told that we cannot use Windows NFS
How do I get to this dataset? Someone suggested using ODBC with an IP
address but I have never seen that done before. Integration Technologies is
not available and the SAS local provider needs a physical mapping to read it
in via OleDb.
Any idea...Deploy to web server ( soft-sys )
I would like to run my script on a web server that I do not have root
access with (i.e. cannot install anything). My script reads an image
(from a given URL), uses some Image Processing Toolbox functions, then
writes the image. No user input/output is needed and no GUI
functionality, just file I/O.
I have been playing with a simple hello-world script and the Compiler
Toolbox, and I have been trying to run the resulting binaries from ssh
on the web server (Linux environment), but what I am seeing is that
the MCR must be installed to the deployed machine. Hopefully I am
wrong about this, because I need everything completely self-contained
so that I can run it strictly within my folder on the server.
Can I please get a suggestion on how to proceed with this? Any
direction would be greatly appreciated ASAP (project deadline
approaching fast). Thanks!
Take a look at the Web Figures section of the Java Builder
Or you can use CGI to call your program on the server, have your
generate a JPEG, and then have the server send back a page with the
url embedded in it. A little tricky, but it can be done.
"James " <jamesgpain...@removethis.gmail.com> wrote in message
I will look over the documentation, but I believe my problem lies in
the inability to use CGI to call the program, since the run-time
components cannot be installed to the system folders. I do not hav...[News] FOSS Challenge to SAS and SPSS
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The newest versions of Excel (2007) supports up to a million rows.
Upgrading your version of Excel may solve the problem.
On Sun, 15 Nov 2009 08:38:23 -0800, vijayakumar <vijayk.kannan@GMAIL.COM>
>Hope everyone doing great!
>I am trying to solve given below issue, hope you guys throw some ideas
>As is Process:
>Running SAS 9.1.3 on Mainframe doing some complex calculations after
>that I am producing CSV file, that CSV file later im...Re: SAS dataset on Unix challenge #15
Share was only one of the means I was using to attempt a connection. Since I
was able to get Share to finally make it happen, the problem solves itself
w/o having to go into the realm of ODBC and changing the hosts file.
However, all of the ideas were useful and it was a good exercise in finding
The time was ticking though and I only have so many hours to figure it
Savian "Bridging SAS and Microsoft Technologies"
From: SAS(r) Discussion [mailto:SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU] On Behalf Of David
Joh...computer 2008 model for soft ware sys..
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...Re: SAS dataset on Unix challenge #13
You put me on the right path...thanks.
I decided to just get Share operational from my PC to the server. I hadn't
done this before since I use it from the server itself for a web app. The
port I had on the client was different than the port on the server.
Since I work with Share very, very rarely (mainly use Int Tech), I wrote
some quick notes to myself that I will post here in case others have this
Port # on client and server must be the same.
Client side demo:
%let x = 192.168.1.199 ;
libname c...Re: SAS v9.2: The Download Challenge
On Fri, 9 Nov 2007 12:17:00 -0500, Fehd, Ronald J. (CDC/CCHIS/NCPHI)
>I have been informed
>by 'knowledgeable sources'
>that SAS v9.2 will be
>available via download from a third party url.
>size on disk: 6.01 GB (6,460,219,392 bytes)
One word, BitTorrent!
bittorrent faq http://btfaq.com/ has this question and answer on download
Q. My download speed seems slow, what can I do to increase it?
A. Give it time! Be patient! This is the most important suggestion for most
...Re: Mainframe SAS Reporting challenge #2
If you are limited to Excel 65000 observations aprox., you could import the csv to SAS and code an OLAP cube (proc olap) to imitate the pivot table.
De: SAS(r) Discussion [mailto:SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU] En nombre de vijayakumar
Enviado el: domingo, 15 de noviembre de 2009 17:38
Asunto: Mainframe SAS Reporting challenge
Hope everyone doing great!
I am trying to solve given below issue, hope you guys throw some ideas
As is Process:
Running SAS 9.1.3 on Mainframe doing some...Re: SAS dataset on Unix challenge #12
Is this message from an OLD DB request to your Share server? If so, I
coincidently got this exact same error message yesterday when I tried to
use the SAS/SHARE OLE DB Provider.
In my case, the problem was solved by changing "ConnectionString" to say
"Mode=Read|Share Deny None". It originally said "Mode=ReadWrite". In
my case, the requested dataset's library is allocated read-only.
In any case (assuming you are trying to read from a SHARE server), you
might get a better error message in the SAS/SHARE server log itself. At
least I did.
-----O...Is there any soft in Linux/Unix like sas in windwos?
I'm a sas user. At the same time, I'm also a linux user. but there's
one thing stop me from completely transforming to linux-sas. I'm
statistical major, many our courses use sas as a tool. but I can not
find sas in linux. Anyone know if there is some project to transplant
sas to linux, like the counterpart of S-plus is R. Really hope that one
day I could remotely use sas in linux like I did in R.
> Hi all,
> I'm a sas user. At the same time, I'm also a linux user. but there's
> one thing stop me from completely transforming to l...Re: What r the data types in SAS? in Base SAS , and SAS SQL
> From: Amar Mundankar
> Sent: Tuesday, July 21, 2009 8:10 AM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: What r the data types in SAS? in Base SAS , and SAS SQL
> Hi all,
> What are the different data types in Base SAS and SAS SQL??
character, lengths from 1 to 32,000+
numeric: lengths from 2 to 8
dates are a subtype of numeric
and are identified by their date, datetime, or time formats
the new proc TSPL (Table Server Processing Language)
supports ANSI data types: bigint, tinyint, etc.
http://s...Re: SAS dataset on Unix challenge #7 692755
I have a lot more sympathy for sysadmins who frequently get questions from
people asking them to provide some other service on the machine that has the
potential to open it up to instability or subversion.
I was looking for papers on a subject the other day and came across one by
Karsten Self, who we haven't seen on here for a long time. Shame, I think
this might have been in his bailiwick.
From: SAS(r) Discussion [mailto:SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU]On Behalf Of
Sent: Tuesday, 10 July 2007 9:46 AM
Subject: Re: SAS dataset on Unix challenge
What version of SAS? On SAS 9 you should be able to open an IOM
connection, assuming they haven't firewalled it. (That might also be
the problem with SAS/SHARE and ODBC/OLEDB).
If you don't have an NFS or SAMBA server, try HTTP, FTP, Telnet, SSH,
or even email. They must have _some_ sort of way of communicating
with the Unix box, basically you need to tunnel over that. (That
brings back memories of tunneling the zmodem protocol over VT100 to
some ancient DEC machines).
(Why does the un-helpfulness of the sysadmins sound so familiar?)
...Re: SAS dataset on Unix challenge #7 1564688
Lots of suggestions Alan, and perhaps you have seen the issue resolved. If
not, can you update your hosts file with a name for the ip address and then
go through the ODBC administrator?
I don't have access to ODBC on this licence so I can't check it, but at
first thought it seems possible to me.
From: SAS(r) Discussion [mailto:SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU]On Behalf Of Alan
Sent: Tuesday, 10 July 2007 1:27 AM
Subject: SAS dataset on Unix challenge
I need some suggestions. Here is the scenario:
...Re: SAS v9.2: The Download Challenge #2
All the disks, not including specialty products like ITRM, EM, etc. come to
16.1 GB. I know since I have ISO images ripped and stored.
That said, the installer has loads of bloatware and duplication. If they
could get that pared way down, it might be doable. I regularly download
Microsoft images which can run over 4GB.
The Microsoft downloader is great and it handles interruptions, delays, etc.
From: SAS(r) Discussion [mailto:SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU] On Behalf Of Fehd,
Ronald J. (CDC/CCHIS/NCPHI)
Sent: Friday, November 0...SAS-L Panel / SAS-L vs. SAS Institute Tech Support
[This is part of a report on a panel discussion about SAS-L which took
place during the 2003 NESUG conference. Partcipants: Paul Dorfman, Ron
Fehd, Phil Mason, Barbara Okerson, Dianne Louise Rhodes, David Septoff;
also Ray Pass]
On the subject of SAS-L vs. SAS Institute Tech Support ...
Dianne noted that a real strength of SAS-L is that it functions 24
hours a day, seven days a week. She recalled a situation in which she
helped somebody who had a project deadline on Christmas Eve.
Ron pointed out that SI technical support sometimes is slower because
problems often must be handed off, somet...Re: SAS Advanced Programming Exam for SAS 9: SAS Joke of the year.
I took the advanced exam this April because I wanted a relatively
systematic way of assessing my knowledge of SAS in a short time span.
For that purpose, it was worth it.
Since I learn SAS by doing new tasks, or re-doing old tasks in a new
way, I assume my knowledge of SAS is uneven, even though I am regarded
as productive, and frequently creative in using SAS to solve our group's
I passed the test, with lower subscores on the components that I
expected to be weakest on. I thought many of the questions made me
think about some fundamental, sometimes subtle, features of the
lan...Re: A BIIIIIIIIIG SAS Challenge !! I'm helpless! :(( #6
On Fri, 11 Jun 2004 22:21:57 -0400, Richard A. DeVenezia
>Here is a variation that performs the entire merge as a left join view,
>based on summarizing views.
IMHO, Richard D.'s long left join solution clearly implies a lesson in
(1) Recall the original track table has the domain field, which turns out
to be superflous.
data Track ;
input byDate :ddmmyy10. fini :time8. sum :time8.
domain $ ;
01/06/2004 3:44:30 1:36:39 FAB
02/06/2004 3:10:12 1:03:30 FAB
03/06/2004 4:31:48 2...Re: Challenging SAS unstructed data input problem #3
Here is a revised code for your input. The output text file
"C:\test_US_Result.dat" follows the code and is also attached.
length result Aline $ 256;
infile "C:\test_US.dat" truncover end=eof;
do until ((NonEmpty eq 2) or eof);
if compress(_infile_) ne " " then do;
Aline=compress(Aline) || compress(_infile_);
if _N_ eq 1 then do;
CommaCount=countc(Aline,&...SAS and SAS/IML TO C
There's some way to convert SAS and/or SAS/IML codes to C code?
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qualquer forma ou pretexto, ser utilizados, divulgados, alterados,=20
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Caso n=E3o sej...SAS programming and SAS/BI
I'm considering a position that deals mostly with SAS/BI, but I
do SAS programming.
>From what I've read, it hasn't been to clear what all
is involved with SAS/BI in terms SAS programming. So I take it
there's really isn't much programming involved.
So is SAS (i.e. data steps, procs, etc.) the back-bone of SAS/BI and is
code generated using the graphical interface of SAS/BI which can be
and further customized ?
<div>>From what ...To SAS or not To SAS (or whatever else)!!,
This message is directed primarily to individuals in these groups who
long experience using both SPSS and SAS (or any other statistically
oriented/data intensive analytic tools) with a heavy data volume and
reporting requirements. I am pretty open to any and all suggestions.
In any normal context I wouldn't be caught dead with a SAS manual,
and my obit will probably read, "We had to pull the SPSS manual from
his cold dead hands, and needed to break some fingers to boot."
BUT, I recently accepted a position where part of my responsibilities
will involve...SAS 9 and SAS 8
Could someone send me the papers or articles that gives the
differences between sas 8 and sas 9 and new function and changes in
and many proceedings at http://www.lexjansen.com
On Nov 20, 3:28=A0pm, pausha <paus...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Could =A0someone send me the papers or articles that gives the
> differences between sas 8 and sas 9 and new function and changes in
> sas 9.