Date: Thu, 17 Feb 2000 21:53:08 -0500
Reply-To: "Hsiwei Yu (Michael)" <vhyu@NETKONNECT.NET>
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From: "Hsiwei Yu (Michael)" <vhyu@NETKONNECT.NET>
Subject: Re: CGI and SAS to perform similar functions of SAS/IntrNet?
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From http://www.sashelp.com/ProgKit/ to download SUGI 24's programmer
there's Perl samples for doing what you want. The corresponding paper is
SUGI 24, #78, 'Using sockets in SAS software for Internet publishing'.
Don't start from scratch, enjoy
----- Original Message -----
From: Jeffrey A. Jordan <jeff-jordan@TAMU.EDU>
Sent: Wednesday, February 16, 2000 6:10 PM
Subject: CGI and SAS to perform similar functions of SAS/IntrNet?
> I am interested in anyone's experience with using CGI scripts from a
> webserver on a different machine than the SAS server. Ideally, I would
> to pass parameters to a SAS program on a remote server (perhaps through
> and have SAS run the program and return the results to the web browser.
> are running the webserver on a Linux box (Apache) and the SAS server on a
> Sun Sparc box. We are trying to use Perl with CGI.pm, but we also have
> installed if anyone has experience with these. Sample code would be very
> much appreciated. Thanks for any help.
> Jeff Jordan