I'm actually not using ODS for creating the frame set but for creating
individual tables only. I create the frame manually, and create targets
and links by formatting variables with formats including HTML tags. This
works quite well. The open questions are large files - which I hope to
resolve with cascading style sheets - and long tables with the top row
disappearing out of the window - which I hope to resolve with the "tool
tips". I don't work for a department that publishes regular reports,
otherwise I would probably use something more elaborate than ODS HTML.
Urs Jetter wrote:
> Hi Ulrike,
> there is an attribute called "title" in IE 5.0. However you have to adress
> this attribute to get a "ToolTip". I'm not quite shure about the Netscape
> and Opera behavior with this tag. However I'm not wuite convinced with this
> ODS-stuff and I'm wondering how you can satisfy your customers/users with
> this technique?
> "Ulrike Groemping" <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> > Dear all,
> > when generating a set of TABULATE tables for ODS HTML, I would like to
> > have some text come up if I move the mouse over certain fields, e.g. for
> > long tables, the column header should come up.
> > I have found a note on the SAS homepage, and even got a reply from the
> > SAS hotline, but I neither understand their suggestion nor does it work
> > for me.
> > Does anyone have a suggestion ?
> > Regards, Ulrike
> > ***********************************************
> > This is the hotline suggestion:
> > proc template;
> > /* Style Inheritance */
> > define style styles.MeinZweiterStil / store=sasuser.templat;
> > parent=styles.MeinErsterStil3;
> > replace cell /
> > foreground=ref("cellfg")
> > background=ref("cellbg")
> > font=ref("cellfont")
> > flyover='Hier ist die Maus !'
> > ;
> > end;
> > run;
> > ods listing close ;
> > ods html path='c:\workshop\winsas\nash'
> > body='style.htm'
> > style=MeinZweiterStil;
> > proc print data=sasuser.fltaten label noobs;
> > title 'Flugbegleiter';
> > label lname='Nachname' fname='Vorname';
> > var fname lname abteilung;
> > where abteilung in('FA1','FA2') and land='CT';
> > run;
> > ods html close;
> > ods listing;