comp.soft-sys.sas - The SAS statistics package.
Jim, I don't know why the installer presents the lists this way. It is rather confusing. But when you selected the Academic Analysis Suite, that covers a whole host of products. So, your final list is much broader than the list presented at "Select Licensed Software". Selecting SAS/STAT and SAS/GRAPH was not necessary when you indicated that you wanted the Academic Analysis Suite. If you deselect the Academic Analysis Suite, then you must select the individual products from the Suite that you wish to install. Dale --------------------------------------- Dale McLerran Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center mailto: XXXX@XXXXX.COM Ph: (206) 667-2926 Fax: (206) 667-5977 --------------------------------------- --- On Tue, 11/18/08, Jim Groeneveld < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote: > From: Jim Groeneveld < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > > Subject: SAS install: inconsistent lists of licenced modules > To: XXXX@XXXXX.COM > Date: Tuesday, November 18, 2008, 6:20 AM > Hi friends, > > Today I installed SAS vs. 9.1.3 on a new laptop. > During the installation process it requested for the > setinit file. > Subsequently a window appeared with the following > information, > apparently listing the licenced modules: > > Microsoft Windows Professional, Microsoft Windows Server, > and Microsoft > Windows Datacenter Server > Academic Analysis Suite June 30, 2009 > Base SAS Software June 30, 2009 > SAS/ACCESS Interface to ODBC Software > SAS/ACCESS Interface to OLE DB Software > SAS/ACCESS Interface to PC Files Software > SAS/CONNECT Software > SAS/ETS Software > SAS/FSP Software > SAS/GRAPH Software > SAS/IML Software > SAS/INSIGHT Software > SAS/SHARE Software > SAS/STAT Software > SAS AppDev Studio June 30, 2009 > SAS/OR Software June 30, 2009 > > A few mouse clicks further it requested what to install > and also presented the option to "Select Licensed > Software" > (InstallShield Wizard). Clicking it only gave: > > Base > SAS/Graph Map Data Sets > SAS/OR > Academic Analysis Suite > SAS AppDev Studio > > quite different from the first list. > I added check marks with SAS/Graph and SAS/Stat as I need > those explicitly. > After subsequently finalyzing the install I ran a PROC > SETINIT; RUN; giving: > > Product expiration dates: > ---Base Product > 30JUN2009 > ---SAS/STAT > 30JUN2009 > ---SAS/GRAPH > 30JUN2009 > ---SAS/ETS > 30JUN2009 > ---SAS/FSP > 30JUN2009 > ---SAS/OR > 30JUN2009 > ---SAS/AF > 30JUN2009 > ---SAS/IML > 30JUN2009 > ---SAS/SHARE > 30JUN2009 > ---SAS/CONNECT > 30JUN2009 > ---SAS/INSIGHT > 30JUN2009 > ---SAS/EIS > 30JUN2009 > ---SAS/SHARE*NET > 30JUN2009 > ---SAS/IntrNet > 30JUN2009 > ---MDDB Server common products > 30JUN2009 > ---SAS Integration Technologies > 30JUN2009 > ---AppDev Studio > 30JUN2009 > ---OR OPT > 30JUN2009 > ---OR PRS > 30JUN2009 > ---OR IVS > 30JUN2009 > ---OR LSO > 30JUN2009 > ---SAS/ACCESS Interface to PC Files > 30JUN2009 > ---SAS/ACCESS Interface to ODBC > 30JUN2009 > ---SAS/ACCESS Interface to OLE DB > 30JUN2009 > > yet even another list. Why the discrepancies between the > lists? > > (A test showed that SAS/Graph and SAS/Stat are working.) > > Regards - Jim. > -- > Jim Groeneveld, Netherlands > Statistician, SAS consultant > home.hccnet.nl/jim.groeneveld
While installing SAS/EG: what modules are required considering the jobs viz., security features, Canned reports with querying parameters, job scheduling and Emailing, Web publishing of reports, sharing custom code through shared folder and Email, defining cubes to allow selection /de-selection of fields from reports. Thanks! Sri Seepana
We are currently setting up a SQL Server database that we plan on being the source for analysis being done using SAS Stat. We would like to know if there is a way that all processing be done on the sever instead of using a library on a pc. Probaly, I am not communicating very well because I am new to SAS. What we want to know is if all input and output records be read from and written to database tables and if all sql can be directed to the database. We would like to use SAS and at the same time not send a lot of data accross our network. MCB
Hello everyone: I would like to know is there any way to access DB2 or Oracle databases if the SAS/ACCESS interface modules are not available. I would like to use proc sql or proc report on the data i obtain from the database. Thanks in advance for your help; Shanky