The other day I played with SAS/IntrNet,come across some questions:
1.In the source code of sample.weblogin.sas bundled with the product,I
found two macro variables called _hiddenfields and _userprogram.Because
they begin with underscore,I assume they are reserved macro variables
created by broker or application server.But I couldn't find any document
about these two macro variables on sas website.My question is:
How many other reserved macro variables could be created by broker which
are also not documented?To know all these macro vars will definitely help
developer and programmer a lot.
2.I add auth=host and REQUEST LOGIN=sample.weblogin.sas in appsrv.sas.Then
I tried to send a simple html form to invoke a dispather program.The
weblogin.sas run first and ask me to enter username and password.I
intentionly enter wrong username and password,then I got similar web
page.I check the source code and found all the form elements I previouly
submit become hidden type.I guess this is automatically handled by broker
or application server.But I couldn't find any document about this kind of
3.Regarding the magic appsrv_session function, SAVE libref or SAVE_
whatever macro,I know how to use them and I only have whatever document
avalaible on sas website.I couldn't find any detail document.Does anyone
know what's going on behind scene ?
4.By my understanding,SAVE libref is associated with specific sas server
when sesssion is created.How does Intelligent Load Balancing by
loadmanager work together with session management?
5.I did reply to Don and David's response regarding %save2gm macro,
but somehow my message was not posted.What I need is exactly what this
macro seem to offer.I want to setup a web server(apache) directory so that
user can use web browser to save html file or report links to that
directory and retrieve links later.I'm not a apache expert,is it possible
to do that with apache and how?