SAS/AF is a development environment that enables you to create portable, point-and-click applications. You can build much of your application visually, using drag-and-drop components, and because SAS/AF applications are stored in SAS catalogs, they are portable to all SAS software platforms.
Included with SAS/AF is SAS Component Language (SCL), an object-oriented programming language that enables you to access and display data, to control interfaces, and to read and write to SAS tables, catalog entries, and external files.
The most recent release is SAS/AF 9.4.
Free Online Documentation
- Most recent release for SAS/AF
- SAS/AF 9.4 Procedure Guide, Second Edition
PDF (1.7MB) | HTML
- Guide to SAS/AF Applications Development
PDF (4.7MB) | HTML
- The SAS/AF Reference and the SAS/AF Component Reference are accessible from within the product.
- SAS Component Language 9.4: Reference, Third Edition
PDF (14.0MB) | HTML
- SAS/FSP 9.4 Procedures Guide, Second Edition
PDF (2.7MB) | HTML
- SAS/AF titles in online bookstore [Buy]
- Table-Driven Strategies for Rapid SAS Applications Development [Buy]
- SAS Global Forum papers
- Branching Out with the Tree View Control in SAS/AF Software [PDF]
- Developing SAS/AF Applications Made Easy [PDF]
- Developing SAS/AF Applications with Form Viewers and Table Viewers [PDF]
- Picture Perfect: Centering Frames in SAS/AF [PDF]
- SAS/AF Software Rises Again: Enhancements in SAS 9.2 [PDF]
- SAS/AF - Building a Tree View Hierarchy with Drag and Drop [PDF]
- SAS Technical Papers for SAS/AF [HTML]
SAS Publishing Representatives are available in the U.S. from 8-5 ET to answer your documentation questions. Contact us at 1-800-727-3228 or e-mail.
Curriculum consultants are available in the U.S. from 9-5 EST. Contact us at 1-800-333-7660 or e-mail.
International customers, please contact your country office.
Online Support ResourcesThis page contains online support resources that are specific to this product. Visit the Support page to access various self-help and assisted-help resources or submit a problem through the SAS Technical Support form.
- Change in cursor behavior in SAS/AF on UNIX hosts between SAS 9.1.3 and SAS 9.2
- The Results window might not display SAS output that is generated from a SAS/AF application invoked via the INITCMD invocation option