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SAS-CONNECT® 9.1 User's Guide

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000244100D
Original Publication Date: 2004-Dec-31
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2015-Nov-09
Document File: 352 page(s) / 3M

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SAS Institute Inc.

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User's Guide

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The correct bibliographic citation for this manual is as follows: SAS Institute Inc. 2004. SAS/CONNECT® 9.1: User's Guide.Cary, NC: SAS Institute Inc.

SAS/CONNECT® 9.1: User's Guide

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P A R T 1 What Is SAS/CONNECT? 1
Chapter 1

4 SAS/CONNECT: Definitions and Services 3

SAS/CONNECT Terminology 3

Programming Services 5

P A R T 2 SAS/CONNECT SAS System Options 11

Chapter 2

4 SAS/CONNECT General SAS System Options 13

Chapter 3

4 SAS/SECURE and SASProprietary Encryption Services 29

Chapter 4

4 Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Options 33

P A R T 3 Starting and Stopping SAS/CONNECT Software 41

Chapter 5

4 Starting and Stopping SAS/CONNECT 43

Starting SAS/CONNECT 43

Specifying a Communications Access Method 44

Signing On to the Server 44

Interfaces for Starting and Stopping SAS/CONNECT 49

Chapter 6

      4 Using Script Files 55 Overview to Script Files 55

When to Use a Script 55

Purpose of a Sign-On Script 56

Using Passwords in a Script File 56

Using a Script to Start and Stop SAS/CONNECT 57

Syntax Rules for Script Statements 57

Writing Simple Scripts for Signing On and Signing Off 58

Debugging a Script 62

Chapter 7

      4 Syntax for the SIGNON and the SIGNOFF Statements and Commands 63 Chapter 8

4 SAS Component Language (SCL) Functions and Options 82

Using SCL to Locate and Store Sample Script Files 85

Chapter 9

      4 Script Statements 87 Summary of Script Statements 87


What's New ix

Overview ix

Details x

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P A R T 4 Compute Services 103
Chapter 11

4 Using Compute Services 105

Overview of Compute Services 106


Independent Parallelism 107

Pipeline Parallelism 109...