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Date:         Wed, 4 Feb 2004 03:42:22 GMT
Reply-To:     John Iwaniszek <not@HOTMAIL.COM>
Sender:       "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From:         John Iwaniszek <not@HOTMAIL.COM>
Subject:      Re: Pharmaceutical SAS Programming

Lou wrote:

> > "Jeff Morison" <jmt_mtf@YAHOO.COM> wrote in message > news:20040204012424.38823.qmail@web40805.mail.yahoo.com... >> Can any one involved with pharmaceutical industry >> please provide sample copies of SAS programming and >> and their validation SOPs?. >> > Surely you jest. Where I work, such things (especially the SOPs) are > company property. SOPs in particular cannot be distributed to those > without contractual or legal access. They can't even be printed out > and stored in a binder, but are accessed and read online. Programs > aren't so restricted, but since they are occasionally sold, they may > not be just given away. > > That being said, I'm faced with writing an SOP on validating an > install of SAS on a workstation. That is, once the install procedure > has been done and the last CD slipped back into its envelop, how do we > validate that everything is working as it should? Anyone out there > have any pointers? > > >

I'm curious. Do you have a similar requirement for installing Word? Windows? Excel?


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