Communications Access Methods for SAS-CONNECT 9.1 and SAS-SHARE 9.1
Original Publication Date: 2004-Dec-31
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Communications Access Methods for
SAS/CONNECT® 9.1 and SAS/SHARE® 9.1
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The correct bibliographic citation for this manual is as follows: SAS Institute Inc. 2004. Communications Access Methods for SAS/CONNECT® 9.1 and SAS/SHARE® 9.1.Cary, NC: SAS Institute Inc.
Communications Access Methods for SAS/CONNECT® and SAS/SHARE® 9.1
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P A R T 1 Introduction 1
4 Communications Access Methods 3 Communications Access Method: Definition 3
Communications Access Methods Supported by SAS/CONNECT and SAS/SHARE 3
Supported Communications Access Methods by Operating Environment 3 Operating Environments Supported in SAS 9.1 4
Finding Information in This Documentation 5
Additional SAS Documentation 5
SAS Syntax Conventions 5
What's New vii
P A R T 2 z/OS Operating Environment 7
4 z/OS: TCP/IP Access Method 9 Prerequisites for Using TCP/IP under z/OS 10
SAS/CONNECT Client Tasks 14
SAS/CONNECT Server Tasks 18
SAS/SHARE Client Tasks 20
SAS/SHARE Server Tasks 22
System Configuration for TCP/IP 25
4 z/OS: XMS Access Method 45 Prerequisites for Using XMS under z/OS 46
SAS/CONNECT Client Tasks 47
SAS/CONNECT Server Tasks 49
SAS/SHARE Client Tasks 49
SAS/SHARE Server Tasks 51
System Configuration for the XMS Access Method 52
P A R T 3 OpenVMS Alpha Operating Environment 55
4 OpenVMS Alpha: TCP/IP Access Method 57 Prerequisites for Using TCP/IP under OpenVMS Alpha 58
SAS/CONNECT Client Tasks 60
SAS/CONNECT Server Tasks 66
SAS/SHARE Client Tasks 67
SAS/SHARE Server Tasks 70
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P A R T 4 UNIX Operating Environments 73