|Date: ||Tue, 14 Jan 1997 14:05:09 GMT|
|Reply-To: ||Lynn Lethbridge <lynnl@IS.DAL.CA>|
|Sender: ||"SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>|
|From: ||Lynn Lethbridge <lynnl@IS.DAL.CA>|
|Organization: ||Dalhousie University|
|Subject: ||Re: Config CONNECT or SHARE on OpenVMS server?|
|Content-Type: ||Text/Plain; charset=US-ASCII|
It's Lynn in Economics.
I'm not totally sure if this is what your interested in but we are use
a database in Luxembourg where we send either SAS or SPSS programs by
e-mail and the system e-mails the log and results back to us. We cannot
print the data or anything just run programs so it remains
I'm not clear on the technical aspects behind what happens but I have
some e-mail addresses of technical support over there if you are
interested. They would probably be able to explain their system.
Let me know if you are interested and I'll dig up the e-mails
In article <5b0bo4$k8@News.Dal.Ca>, email@example.com says...
>I have a couple of "connectivity" related questions I'm hoping someone
>here can help with.
>We'ed like to create a Java-based thin client program that would
>submit SAS programs to a remote host (OpenVMS Alpha) for processing
>and then send the results back to the Java client for display. Given
>this isn't a lot of information to go on, does anyone have any
>suggestions as to what SAS connectivity software we might need and
>connectivity options we should be considering? We are on a TCP/IP
>to the host. We would prefer that the connectivity middleware add
>overhead to the processing time, and that multiple users not be
>anymore than would be true if they all logged in to the host directly
>VT100 terminals ie. we would prefer to have multi-user issues handled
>VMS and not by SAS. Concurrent write access is not an issue since
>won't have that option.
>Population Health Research Unit
>5849 University Ave.
>Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3H 4H7