Date: Fri, 17 Oct 2003 12:38:58 -0400
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From: "Droogendyk, Harry" <Harry.Droogendyk@CIBC.COM>
Subject: Re: SAS Intrnet or Not
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Charles Patridge's www.sconsig.com <http://www.sconfig.com> has a .bat file
From: Melvin Ott [mailto:ott@IMBRIS.COM]
Sent: October 17, 2003 12:30 PM
Subject: SAS Intrnet or Not
At the Seattle Area SAS Users Group on 10.15.03, there was
some discussion about alternatives to using SAS Intrnet. SAS Intrnet is
great for running SAS programs from a webpage and returning results to the
browser. However, SAS Intrnet is quite pricey, preventing some users from
enjoying this and other great features.
My question is, does anyone have an alternative? Is there
another way to run SAS programs from a webpage and return the results to the
browser? Also, can the Xplore macro be executed without SAS Intrnet? And,
one more question, can SAS Share execute htmSQL code without SAS Intrnet?
All of this is running under MS Windows using the iis internet server.
I am currently teaching MBA students a course in Statistical
Design. It would be great to have them learn SAS by way of a webpage, but
the cost is too high for SAS Intrnet and the university didn't include it in
their site license.
Melvin Ott, PhD