|Date: ||Mon, 29 Jun 1998 16:26:48 GMT|
|Sender: ||"SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>|
|Organization: ||Deja News - The Leader in Internet Discussion|
|Subject: ||Re: Are the technical reports still available?|
I think in some cases, tech report and changes/enhancements are not ALWAYS
sent. First, only the tech reports and changes/enhancements which COULD be
sent are those relevant and critical to the update at hand. This isn't
always the case. SAS Sells a seperate service to get all the manuals and tech
reports, it is the SAS Library services. It should run something around $500
a year I believe. Seperate from that, you should be able to get the list of
publications, printed of on the internet. You can buy, at minimal cost, any
manuals which you desire.
email@example.com (Ngai Man Chung) wrote:
> I don't believe it is the case in all countries. Since when we upgrade
> from SAS 6.11 to SAS6.12, we cannot get one. I am sure ...
> jjc@ASU.EDU wrote:
> > I believe each site receives a single copy of each new technical report
> > when a new version of SAS system is shipped....check with your site...
> > James Carvalho
> > > From: Ngai Man Chung[SMTP:mcngai@MATH.HKBU.EDU.HK]
> > > I just want to know whether 'SAS technical reports' or 'changes and
> > > enhancements' will still send to SAS users or not? In Hong Kong, we are
> > > using SAS 6.12 in HP/UNIX in our department. However, SAS support refused
> > > to send us the 'changes and enhancements' (the book) since he said that
> > > can find it in the on-line document. Is it the same case in other
> > > countries? (The SAS technical reports and changes and enhancements will
> > > not print as books.
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