SAS® AppDev Studio Eclipse Plug-ins Version 3.4 on Windows - Eclipse SDK Version 3.4.2. Download
Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers bundle; this bundle contains tools for Java developers creating Java EE and web applications, including a Java IDE, tools for Java EE and JSF, Mylyn and others.
Java Runtime Environment 1.5.0_15 or greater is required. See the Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers System Requirements.
Platform Suite for SAS
All SAS 9.2 supported platforms require the installation of the Platform Suite for SAS v5.1 when they are used with SAS Scheduling or SAS® Grid Manager.
Platform Suite for SAS contains the following:
- Platform Process Manager, version 7.1.
- Platform LSF, version 7.05.
- Platform GMS, version 7.1.
WebDAV functionality is provided to the SAS web applications and solutions in SAS 9.2 by the SAS® Content Server. The third party WebDAV servers that were supported for SAS 9.1.3, Xythos WFS and Apache HTTP Server are not supported for SAS 9.2.
For more information about the SAS Content Server, see "SAS 9.2 Intelligence Platform: Web Application Administration Guide" that is available from the SAS Intelligence Platform site.
Certain SAS 9.2 products require the installation availability of X11 servers. In particular, an X11 server must be accessible when running the SAS Deployment Wizard and the SAS Download Manager on a Z/OS mainframe. At many sites, this software is already available and running on a Unix and/or Windows system. X11 software is available from commercial and shareware sites, such as the examples below.
All SAS 9.2 Supported Platforms:
- Xming - If you use Xming, you must set the host name of your z/OS box in the X0.hosts file in the Xming install directory, and then start Xming before starting either esdclient.zos or setup.rexx on z/OS.
- Cygwin/X - (not tested with download tools).
- Exceed Freedom - From Open Text Connectivity Solutions Group (formerly known as Hummingbird).
All SAS 9.2 Supported Unix Platforms:
An X11 server is typically delivered with the system. Make sure you have connectivity between the Unix and Z/OS system using TCP/IP or other networking protocols.