Date: Thu, 8 Jul 2004 12:23:36 -0400
Reply-To: "Richard A. DeVenezia" <radevenz@IX.NETCOM.COM>
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From: "Richard A. DeVenezia" <radevenz@IX.NETCOM.COM>
Subject: Re: License question SAS/SHARE and SAS/ACCESS vs. SAS/IntrNet
Kent Lewandowski wrote:
> Hi Richard,
> Thanks for the tip. I agree with your "principle of conservation of
> annoyances". The savings from dropping SAS /ACCESS would not be very
> What I am more interested in, is how much do you think we would save
> by dropping SAS/IntrNet?
I don't know. It's more a question of
- per Base licensing what modalities of SAS output delivery or SAS
processing accesses via web services are legal.
- search the archives for prior threads.
- For modalities not legal without SAS/Intrnet, are there alternative
technologies to accomplish same or near-same
- what is the cost of the work around ?
- at one point in the past there was something called Onyx (David Ward),
but I think that has gone poof.
If you can identify what parts of your processes or planned processes will
or might use which components of SAS/Intrnet, then you can get a much better
idea of how critical it is to have (or not)
> Don't get me wrong- I like SAS 8.2 - but I'm only asking cause we need
> to make some budget decisions. Having our SAS rep. come down here and
> get in negotiations before we know what options are available is not
> going to help us either.
Granted a rep might not be uber-diligent in helping find a way to not use a
SAS product, but they certainly should be able to discuss the benefits at
Richard A. DeVenezia