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Calcite | Level 5

Any hint's why I cannot get rid of SAS 9.4 STP Web App logon screen?

I just want to run STP like this:


But login screen appeares.

Documentation (SAS(R) 9.4 Stored Processes: Developer's Guide) says that when using _username and _password login screen will not appear....well it does Smiley Happy

Then I set AllowGuest= true and also set GuestUserName and password. And restarted WebAppServer.

http://myServer:8080/SASStoredProcess/guest?_program=//Foundation/JavaGUIs/media/MediaPakkiTyopaikka will lead to Login screen

Then I set AllowBasicAuthentication=true, restarted server and tried URL:

http://myServer:8080/SASStoredProcess/do1?_program=//Foundation/JavaGUIs/media/MediaPakkiTyopaikka which causes first browser to ask credientals.

When credientals are give guess what happens next...yes login screen.

I attached the screenshot from SMC

Any help is appreciated as this should be live already...

Rhodochrosite | Level 12

Sometimes this happens when the host name used in the URL does not match the host name used when installing and configuring the software.

Instead of using the short name "myServer", try using the fully qualified domain name.

Vince DelGobbo


Calcite | Level 5

Unfortunalty servers FQDM is "myServer"

Primary Dns suffix is empty

Rhodochrosite | Level 12

I believe you need to specify in the URL that same name that's specified in the "Host Name" field on the "External Connection" tab in the "Stored Process Web App 9.4 Properties" dialog (screen shot you attached).

If the value specified in the "Host Name" field matches what you have in the URL, then I suggest you open a track with our Technical Support department to get further assistance:

Vince DelGobbo




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