sas >> Registering a stored process in the SAS Management Console

by solouga » Fri, 31 Dec 2004 01:18:55 GMT

Hi All,
I am trying to register a Stored Process with the help
of the SAS Management Console(Ver 9.1).
So far i have created the Foundation repository, however i am
unable to see the Stored Process Manager as part of the Management
Console environment .
Any help is much appreciated.
Thanks,
Sa




sas >> Registering a stored process in the SAS Management Console

by andrew.farrer » Fri, 31 Dec 2004 23:00:15 GMT


My understanding is that you need something like ETL Studio to add
stored processes. I was told that the feature may be added to later
versions of the MC.

sas >> Registering a stored process in the SAS Management Console

by andrew.farrer » Fri, 31 Dec 2004 23:00:35 GMT

My understanding is that you need something like ETL Studio to add
stored processes. I was told that the feature may be added to later
versions of the MC.

sas >> Registering a stored process in the SAS Management Console

by RJF2 » Mon, 03 Jan 2005 23:42:02 GMT

My understanding is that Stored Processes
can be registered either by:
* SAS Enterprise Guide
* what-is-the-name-of Java wizard where the SP are stored

either way,
the program is scanned for macro variable references
and you are then required to supply
* my word: data structure
* SAS word: metadata
for the macro variable,
i.e.: type, length, format/range.

for SP, type is not data-step simple: number/char
but much more elaborate
for instance, because the output is ODS
there is a type for color.

I have no direct experience w/this,
just the theory/overview gained from discussions and papers at SUGs

Ron Fehd the macro maven CDC Atlanta GA USA RJF2 at cdc dot gov

sas >> Registering a stored process in the SAS Management Console

by donaldjhenderson » Tue, 04 Jan 2005 21:40:38 GMT

A birdie comments:

The Stored Process Manager plugin for the
SAS Management Console is installed as part
of the SAS Foundation Services. The SAS
Foundation Services installer is found on
the Client-Side Components CD #2 under the
SAS Integration Technologies product.

HTH,
-don h

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My understanding is that Stored Processes can be registered either by:
* SAS Enterprise Guide
* what-is-the-name-of Java wizard where the SP are stored

either way,
the program is scanned for macro variable references and you are then
required to supply
* my word: data structure
* SAS word: metadata
for the macro variable,
i.e.: type, length, format/range.

for SP, type is not data-step simple: number/char but much more elaborate
for instance, because the output is ODS there is a type for color.

I have no direct experience w/this,
just the theory/overview gained from discussions and papers at SUGs

Ron Fehd the macro maven CDC Atlanta GA USA RJF2 at cdc dot gov

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