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Creating links

I login to a intranet link to view the reports. The front page contains links for reports for different category. Suppose I have a link for Products. When I click on products a 2nd page comes up that gives me the type of products. Suppose I select the product named as Cosmetics, again it will take me to the sub category for the product I selected. Now if I want to go to the main page I have to click on back button everytime. I want to a piece of code which will create a link named as Back to Main Menu which will take me to the main menu directly so that I don't have to click on the back button.
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Re: Creating links

is this about SAS?
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Re: Creating links

Yes, I need a piece of SAS code.
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Re: Creating links

To the OP: suggest you might explain more about your SAS application program (what version, SAS running local or server, what SAS component being used, if other than SAS Base, is ODS used, also your SAS programming skill level - these are all relevant questions to get the most effective reply) and share any SAS code that you already have written which is related to your task at hand.

Also, are you asking for someone to do the programming for you or are you looking for suitable DOC and other technical reference information about how to accomplish the task in SAS?

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Re: Creating links

Hi:
You could be using SAS/IntrNet; you could be using SAS Web Report Studio; you could be using the Information Delivery Portal; you could be using a "home-grown" web application. Without more information about the context for your question, it is impossible to provide a suggestion, much less code to implement a BACK button.

Generally, a BACK button implies something to do with a browser and HTML -- but while SAS/IntrNet might use a BACK button (for example), SAS Web Report Studio would not use a BACK button -- nor provide a way to code a BACK button substirute.

Just adding my .02 to Scott's suggestion.

cynthia
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