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== References ==
 
== References ==
 
* [http://www.stratia.ca/papers/stp_cascading_dynamic_prompts.pdf Creating Stored Processes with Cascading, Dynamic Prompts]
 
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* [http://support.sas.com/documentation/onlinedoc/etls SAS Online Documentation].
 
* Dhillon, Rupinder, [http://www.torsas.ca/attachments/File/12142012/Dhillon-LoopingInDIStudio.pdf Looping in SAS DI Studio], [[TASS]] presentation.
 
* Dhillon, Rupinder, [http://www.torsas.ca/attachments/File/12142012/Dhillon-LoopingInDIStudio.pdf Looping in SAS DI Studio], [[TASS]] presentation.
  
 
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Revision as of 16:10, 29 September 2016

Harry Droogendyk
Stratia Consulting Inc.

Abstract

SAS Data Integration Studio jobs are not always linear. While Loop transformations have been part of DI Studio for ages, only more recently has SAS Data Integration Studio included the Conditional Control transformations to control logic flow within a job. This paper will demonstrate the use of both the Loop and Conditional transformations in a real world example.

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