SAS 9.1.3 Integration Technologies » Server Administrator's Guide

Setting up a COM/DCOM Connection
Server and Client Requirements
Summary of Setup Steps
Planning Your Server Configuration Metadata
Standard Server Metadata
Creating Metadata Using SAS Management Console
Defining Servers
Modifying Servers
Custom Workspace Servers
OLAP Servers
Enabling DCOM on the Server and the Client
Configuring SAS for DCOM
Setting SAS Permissions on the Server
Default on Windows NT/2000
Per Application on Windows NT/2000
Default on Windows XP  Server 2003
Per Application on Windows XP / Server 2003
Configuring DCOM on Windows XP SP2 / Server 2003 SP1
Configuring COM/DCOM for Active Server Page Access
Accessing a Local COM IOM Server from an Active Server Page
Accessing a Remote DCOM IOM Server from an Active Server Page
Administering the Server:
Creating a Metadata Configuration File in SAS
Using ITConfig
Reference Materials
AppIDs for Configuring DCOM
Object Server Parameters
Fields for the Server Definition

Using SAS Management Console to Define an OLAP Server (COM/DCOM)

An OLAP server is a high-capacity, multi-user data manipulation engine specifically designed to support and operate multi-dimensional data structures.

Use SAS Management Console to create the OLAP server definition. For details about SAS Management Console, from the SAS Management Console menu bar, select Help Help on SAS Management Console. For help about the fields in a particular window, click Help in that window.

The following documents provide additional information and Help for SAS OLAP Server:

  • SAS OLAP Server Administrator's Guide
  • SAS OLAP Server Help
  • SAS OLAP Administrator Online Help