SAS 9.3 Integration Technologies
SAS Stored Processes
When you register a new stored process by using the New Stored Process
wizard in SAS Management Console,
that stored process can use the new features that are available in
SAS 9.3. If your client does not support new stored process features,
then you might need to make your stored processes compatible with
9.2. For more information about how to make stored processes compatible
with SAS 9.2, see the Help in SAS Management Console.
Stored processes that use the new
features that are available with SAS 9.3 and that pass parameters
to a workspace server now return the program status to the client.
Programs that previously showed errors only in the log might now
also report errors to the client.
SAS BI Web Services
SAS BI Web Services for .NET has
been discontinued. SAS BI Web Services for Java supports .NET versions
of generated Web services that are migrated from SAS 9.2 in a way
that is transparent for clients.
You do not need to use the Deploy
as Web Service
wizard to make changes to a Web service—any
changes take effect immediately. However, the Web Services Description
Language (WSDL) is cached, so you must use
regenerate the WSDL when you change the stored process.
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