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Create Your Own Client Apps Using SAS Integration Technologies
SAS Integration Technologies allows any custom client application to interact with SAS services. SAS Enterprise Guide and SAS Add-In for Microsoft Office are noteworthy examples of what can be done, but your own applications don't have to be that ambitious. This paper explains how to use SAS Integration Technologies components to accomplish focused tasks, such as run a SAS program on a remote server, read a SAS data set, run a stored process, and transfer files between the client machine and the SAS server. Working examples in Microsoft .NET (including C# and Visual Basic .NET) as well as Windows PowerShell are also provided.
- Hemedinger, Chris. 2013. Paper 003-2013: Create Your Own Client Apps Using SAS Integration Technologies, Proceedings of the SAS Global Forum 2013 Conference
- How to run Windows PowerShell scripts - post on The SAS Dummy blog
- Using Windows PowerShell to connect to a SAS Workspace server
- Using Windows PowerShell to connect to a SAS Metadata Server
- Using Windows PowerShell to find registered tables and columns in SAS metadata
- Using Windows PowerShell to download a file from a SAS Workspace session
- SasMetadataGetTables.ps1 - PowerShell script to get tables and columns information from SAS metadata (hosted on GitHub)
- SasWorkspaceExample.ps1 - PowerShell script to run a SAS program on a SAS Workspace server (hosted on GitHub)
- SasWorkspaceDownloadFile.ps1 - PowerShell script to download a file from a SAS Workspace session (hosted on GitHub)
Microsoft .NET Examples
- Désilets, Karine. 2012. "SAS IOM and Your .NET Application Made Easy", Proceedings of the SAS Global Forum 2012 Conference
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