|Papers Topic List|
|January 2010||TS-802: Defining an ODBC Library in SASŪ 9.2 Management Console Using Microsoft Windows NT Authentication (PDF)
This document explains how to define an Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) library in SASŪ 9.2 Management Console using Windows authentication to access Microsoft SQL Server data.
|September 2008||Best Practices for SAS®9 Metadata Server Change Control (PDF)
This paper focuses on change control for the SAS Metadata Server, and identifies some best practices for implementing processes around the usage of metadata promotion tools. This is intended for SAS system administrators who are familiar with the SAS architecture and the role that the metadata server plays. We focus on how to structure the metadata environment, the tools available for handling changes in metadata, and best practice processes that control how change occurs.
|3,220 KB||March 2008||Metadata Promotion in SAS 9.2®9 Metadata Server Change Control (PDF)
Promotion of metadata content is typically used to support movement across Development, Test, and Production environments. In SAS 9.2, we have implemented a batch interface for the partial promotion framework that will allow you to create a schedulable and repeatable process for moving a set of metadata content across your environments.
|July 2007||TS-788: What SAS Administrators Should Know about Libraries, Metadata, and SAS Enterprise Guide 4.1 (PDF)
This document provides details about those changes and behaviors, and provides guidance to SAS administrators who would like to see the libraries behave in a certain way.
|August 2006||TS-760: SAS®9 Metadata Security and the DefaultACT (PDF)||98 KB|
|March 2006||TS-755: Metadata Extensibility (PDF)||70 KB|
|February 2006||TS-750: Securing SAS 9 Business Intelligence Content Managed in Metadata (PDF)||158 KB|
|September 2005||SAS Scheduling: Getting the Most Out of Your Time and Resources (PDF)
This paper illustrates how organizations can better leverage the scheduling capabilities in SAS software. If you are new to SAS Scheduling, you will learn how to take advantage of the integrated SAS Scheduling capabilities for your SAS applications. For those already implementing SAS Scheduling solutions, information will be given on how to extend your scheduling capabilities within your environment. Some of the topics covered include various configurations of operating systems and machines, methods for implementing site policies, and ways to extend the capabilities through the integration with Platform JobScheduler for SAS.
|October 2004||Manage SAS Metadata Server Availability with IBM Technology (PDF)
Because the SAS Metadata Server is key to most SAS®9 applications, this paper provides guidelines to make the SAS Metadata Server more resilient when used in conjunction with IBM technology.
|September 2004||Implementing Site Policies for SAS Scheduling with Platform JobScheduler (PDF)
This paper is written for job-scheduling administrators and applications developers who build scheduled jobs. It is assumed that the reader has a basic understanding of scheduling servers and how to use the SAS Management Console Schedule Manager plug-in.
|August 2004||Manage SAS Metadata Server Availability with Hewlett-Packard Technology (PDF)
Because the SAS Metadata Server is key to most SAS®9 applications, this paper provides guidelines to make the SAS Metadata Server more resilient when used in conjunction with Hewlett-Packard technology.