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Date:         Fri, 23 Nov 2007 03:12:57 -0800
Reply-To:     Patrick <patrick.matter@GMX.CH>
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From:         Patrick <patrick.matter@GMX.CH>
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Subject:      Re: setup for bi enterprise server
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Hi Doug

I assume no one will be able to give you a concrete answer without knowing more about the architecture/system environment already in place. There are different architecture variants possible and it will largly depend on your requirements and restrictions. The Installation Guide will give you an idea: http://support.sas.com/documentation/configuration/

Be aware that installing is one thing but then to set up the environment needed (all the metadata definitions) is another. It's a huge step and a new approach for someone used to Base SAS and EG. Keep that also in mind from a point of cost and time. The pure installation will be faster and cheaper than what comes after!

It sounds as if you could to spend a bit of money. Why don't you define your problem and get a proposal from SAS. They have normally good pre-sales teams.

Patrick


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