Date: Fri, 3 Aug 2007 17:30:35 -0400
Reply-To: "Audimar P. Bangi" <audi@SAS2THEMAX.COM>
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From: "Audimar P. Bangi" <audi@SAS2THEMAX.COM>
Subject: Re: An advise to would-be SAS book authors...
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Alan, here's your previous post:
"If you have SAS local, you can use the local provider to submit code."
I interpreted this as submitting code from an external application.
>This is covered in my paper step-by-step guide to creating your first
>Does that help?
No, I wasn't interested in any code. :-)
An installed SAS, be it on a local machine or a remote machine, is a SAS
server. Without IT installed, your SubmitSasCode routing does not work
because the SAS Workspace Manager component only comes with IT.
>There is a free OleDb driver from SAS to read their datasets.
Isn't this the same as what you are calling your SAS Local Provider?