|Date: ||Tue, 27 Jun 2000 13:22:47 +0200|
|Reply-To: ||Poul Ravn Sørensen <poulravn1@HOTMAIL.COM>|
|Sender: ||"SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>|
|From: ||Poul Ravn Sørensen <poulravn1@HOTMAIL.COM>|
|Organization: ||Customer at Tele Danmark Erhverv|
|Subject: ||Re: Front End???|
As I understand your problem, your 'users' do not use any of the
AF-components? They just run SAS-program and use the results for someting
In that case, I solved a similar problems by simple VB6-program. It had a
combobox with all available options and a commandbutton to activate whatever
option the user chose.
Took me 5 minutes to write and works perfectly.
Of course if your users interact further with the SAS-application the right
thing is to use AF code. But I don't think that is what you meant?
>Can I do something like this in VB? Just looking for some good
>practical advice on how to do this. I've seen some SAS user interfaces but
>haven't seen one that really impressed me like what VB can do - at least in
>appearance. Granted, I've never seen one necessarily like I'm sure some of
>you are experienced in developing. Can anyone suggest the proper route to
>take. I'd hate to spend three or four months in either learning SCL or
>SAS/AF and find out it doesn't look right or 'feel' right or appear
>"Windowy" enough to my users who are computer novices or, alternately,
>that time brushing up on VB and how it can be tied to SAS only to find out
>it doesn't have the desired capabilities. Thanks very much for any help.