12-04-2017 03:11 AM
After deploying sas viya, I have 2 queries.
1. As we are at the initial phase of the project, we are not very much concerned about ldap connections now. So, instead of creating ldap user, is there any alternative to use a normal admisistrator account to login to Environment Manager. If yes, how to create a normal admin account.
2. As, we have deployed sas Visual Analytics, Visul Statistics and Data mining and machine learning, how to access Visual Statistics and Data mining and machine learning. I can not see them in the env manager. Visual Analytics I can see in the Environment Manager.
12-04-2017 03:44 AM
the answer for question 2 is quite easy:
- SAS Visual Statistics is within SAS Visual Analytics, both are the same product, but with some different features/capabilities.
- SAS Data Mining and Machine Learning is SAS Studio, you will need to go to http://yourserver.com/SASStudio
About question 1, it gets trickier:
While you wait for other, perhaps better answers: Of course, you can use sasboot to access the environment manager, although probably you should not on a daily basis. It looks as it would be intended for an initial config only.
With sasboot user, is how you will create your admin users, and they must be LDAP users as far as I am aware of. The visual interface (Environment Manager, Visual Analytics) works with OAuth authentication.
12-04-2017 07:02 AM
LDAP is required for the visual interface. It is not required in a programming-only deployment. So the answer will be no.
Just install OpenLDAP server and use it.
12-05-2017 06:47 AM
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03-14-2018 10:02 PM
03-14-2018 10:22 PM
not-ready indicates the process is still running, but unhealthy (for a variety of reasons, check the logs for logon) typically it's a problem with the LDAP configuration or access to some other service that's down - however if the only thing in viya-all-services that isn't up is logon, the logs should say what's going on.
03-15-2018 01:52 AM