At 12:44 PM 7/9/2001 -0400, you wrote:
>We are interested in putting SAS/IntrNet on a laptop so that we can do demos
>of our web application without the need for an internet connection. I've
>seen SAS Institute employees do this at conferences so I know it can be
>done. I'm mainly wondering if anyone has any recommendations for the best
>type of setup.
>I've seen it down with NT but don't know if that's a requirement or not. I
>also don't know if the Personal Web Server that comes with Windows is the
>best choice or not. Someone told me that it's kind of flakey. Any
>recommendations would be appreciated.
I have used SAS/Intrnet on Win95, Win2k, and WinNT Workstation
laptops, using MS Personal Web Server on 95/NT and Apache on
2K. Overall, things worked well with all three setups. The only
problem I ran into was in getting the NT machine to recognize the
customizations we made to the MDDB Report Viewer application. All
of the other pieces of SAS/Intrnet seemed to work well.
If you use IE, you will have to change the settings so that it doesn't
try dialup if you are offline. Also, disable any software that acts as
a proxy server (ex. WebWasher, AdSubtract) before starting your
Information Management and Testing Services