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We were asked to customize the view of Stored Processes as listed in the SASStoredProcess web app navigation screen. By default, this lists all the stored processes that the user has access to (in folders) as defined in Metadata. We wanted the navigation to be limited to one subfolder. Alternatively, we considered building a web page that would list the particular folder of STPs in metadata.
Conveniently, SAS has provided a way to do this (see the link below to SAS Note 37997). So using this Note I can just point the browser to my desired STP folder in metadata (RA -> App -> STP -> Unscheduled) like this:
Submitted by Nick Welke. Contact me at my Discussion Page.
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Michael A. Raithel delivers the lunchtime keynote presentation at SAS Global Forum 2010
A Personal Message From Michael A. Raithel: |
I would like to thank each and every one of the 628 SAS professionals who attended my lunchtime keynote presentation, It’s Not Easy Being A SAS Programmer, at SAS Global Forum 2010, but I didn’t catch all of their names. :) It was a great group and we had fun as we shared some of the trials and tribulations of being a SAS programmer. Of course, being savvy SAS professionals, I would bet that they are all regular visitors to sasCommunity.org. So, it seems fitting for me to tell them the following right here:
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