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"Bridging SAS and Microsoft technologies"
"Alan Churchill" <EmailMeDirectly@ThisWebSite-erratix.us> wrote in message
> I've been working on a utility application to help me analyze SAS logs. It
> still needs more enhancements but I am providing it 'as is' for free to
> anyone who wants to try it out. As people find a use for it, I will
> as time permits. Future enhancements already on the books will include
> charting and program flows.
> It is a full windows based program including tabs, Excel and XML export
> support, etc.
> - it's free so please let me know of any issues. I will correct as I
> - it is based on .NET 1.1 so you need to upgrade to that level (should
> be there if you do regular XP updates)
> - it is working with SAS logs which are a bear. If you encounter bad
> parsing, let me know. A lot of time went into the parsing but
> there may be areas that are missed
> - it works best if you turn on MPRINT.
> - no SAS was maimed or injured in making this product: it is all .NET
> managed code so it is pure Windows based.
> - I know there have been parsing tools built using macros. I wanted a
> utility app that stood alone and did not require SAS to run.
> My sympathies to the other SAS guys that went down this path...
> You can download it here. it should be fully self-sufficient and
> Again, if you encounter problems, drop me a line.
> I hope you find it useful.
> Alan Churchill
> "Bridging SAS and Microsoft technologies"
> (719) 687-5954