Date: Tue, 1 Oct 1996 12:46:03 GMT
Reply-To: Rdsdnen <rasanen@SPRYNET.COM>
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From: Rdsdnen <rasanen@SPRYNET.COM>
Organization: Sprynet News Service
Status report on Tue Oct 01, 1996
I am still trying to run the sample at
Some very kind folks have sent email, and I will try the suggestions they
In case anyone/someone/somewhere is running NT 4 Server with IIS 2.0 Web
Server, here are my steps:
http://www.sas.com/rnd/web/sascgi.html was my "starting point".
I then clicked on the "simple CGI example".
From there I copied the HTML page at
I looked at the "five steps"
Clicked on the "CGI Script" and copied the
http://www2.sas.com/SAS-process/sas_process.pl script to my
\inetsrv\scripts directory and I also tried my \inetsrv\wwwroot\cgi-bin
directory. I did modify the "make changes from here" section -- but am not
sure if I should have compiled the thing? Should I install "perl support"
or something like that for NT 4 Server?
I then took the "SAS Code" at http://www2.sas.com/SAS-process/houses.sas
and placed it in the same directory (this is where I am lost in the
directions..) as the perl script.
I also took the code at http://www2.sas.com/SAS-process/mkhouses.sas and
actually created on the server a directory called /httpd/htdocs/SAS-process
and I ran the SAS code so that the dataset exists (.SC2)
Finally, I modified the HTML from the main submit page so the directories
point to my drive mappings,
METHOD=POST><INPUT type="hidden" name="_program" value="houses"></P>