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sasCommunity Tip of the Day
The standard SAS/Connect script prompts for a user login and password with a window headed 'TYPE WINDOW'. You can change this to a more meaningful prompt using the following code snippet:
%let cstitle = Login to WebMiner SAS Server;
The text string in the macro variable 'cstitle' replaces the 'TYPE WINDOW' in the login dialog windows.
(For the original source of this see this link to an old SAS-L post.)
Submitted by Webminer. Contact me at my Discussion Page.
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