It is helpful to know
exactly which SAS products are contained in an order that has been
subsetted. The SAS Deployment Wizard provides a method to enable you
to create a listing of all SAS products contained in an order. You
generate this listing by using a command line switch when you invoke
For example, a command
on Solaris might resemble the following:
The deployment wizard
executable resides in the root of your SAS Software Depot.
The listing resembles
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+ Base SAS [base__93ts1m0__mvs__ne__sp0__1]
+ Base SAS [base__93ts1m0__mvs__w0__sp0__1]
+ Base SAS Help and Documentation [basedoc__93110__prt__xx__sp0__1]
+ Base SAS JAR Files [basejars__93110__prt__xx__sp0__1]
+ Advanced Analytics Common Components [aacomp__93110__wx6__en__sp0__1]
+ DATA Step to DS2 Translator [accelmva__93160__wx6__en__sp0__1]
+ Microsoft Office Access Database Engine 2010 [ace__93112__prt__xx__sp0__1]
- SAS/GRAPH ActiveX Control [activexgraph__93230__win__de__sp0__1]
+ SAS/GRAPH ActiveX Control [activexgraph__93230__win__en__sp0__1]
- SAS/GRAPH ActiveX Control [activexgraph__93230__win__es__sp0__1]
The following list describes
the how to interpret the output.
A line beginning with
colon (:)—indicates that
the order number being listed.
plus sign (+)—indicates
that the product is in the order.
minus sign (-)—indicates
that the product is in the depot but is not in the specified order.