SAS 9.2 Language Interfaces to metadata
Original Publication Date: 2009-Dec-31
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Language Interfaces to Metadata
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P A R T 1 Introduction 1
4 What Are the Metadata Language Elements? 3
Overview of Metadata Language Elements 3
When to Use Metadata Language Elements 3
Accessibility Features of SAS Language Interfaces to Metadata 4
4 Metadata Object Identifiers and URIs 5
What Is a Metadata Identifier? 5
Obtaining Metadata Names and Identifiers 5
What Is a URI? 6
4 Examples: Using Metadata Language Elements 7
Overview of the Examples 7
Example: Pausing the Server for an Administration Task 7
Example: Creating a PropertySet Object for Use with LIBOPTSET= 8
Example: Creating a Report with the METADATA Procedure and the XML Engine 9
Example: Creating a Report with the DATA Step 15
P A R T 2 System Options 21
4 Introduction to System Options for Metadata 23 Overview of System Options for Metadata 23
Connection Options 24
Encryption Options 26
Resource Option 26
4 System Options for Metadata 27 P A R T 3 Metadata LIBNAME Engine 45
4 Introduction to the Metadata LIBNAME Engine 47 Overview of the Metadata LIBNAME Engine 47
What Is Support...