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csetzkorn
Lapis Lazuli | Level 10

is there a way to determine the web address of a SAS stored process I have developed? 

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Kurt_Bremser
Super User

http://servername/SASStoredProcess/do?program=path_to_the_stored_process_in_metadata

(blanks in the metadata path name are represented by "+" characters)

 

 

The best method to get the web URL is to enter

http://servername/SASStoredProcess

in your web browser, log on with your SAS credentials, and then select "List Available Stored Processes"; navigate to your stored process, and hover your mouse pointer over it. You should see the URL in the browser status line.

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Kurt_Bremser
Super User

http://servername/SASStoredProcess/do?program=path_to_the_stored_process_in_metadata

(blanks in the metadata path name are represented by "+" characters)

 

 

The best method to get the web URL is to enter

http://servername/SASStoredProcess

in your web browser, log on with your SAS credentials, and then select "List Available Stored Processes"; navigate to your stored process, and hover your mouse pointer over it. You should see the URL in the browser status line.

csetzkorn
Lapis Lazuli | Level 10
Thanks. I wish I could identify our servername. Contacting IT may take a long long time ...
Kurt_Bremser
Super User

It's most probably the name of your SAS server. You see that by right-clicking on the server in the Enterprise Guide server list.

It might be a different server if you have a three-tier SAS installation (SAS server, middleware server, client). Then you would need the name of the middleware server.

Damo
SAS Employee

Well in that case we can't really be of any help.

You can try to contact your SAS administrator (if he/she is different from your IT), if you have one. Your SAS administrator will be able to tell you what are the server names.


Said that, if you have a single-tier environment (Metadata, compute and MidTier are installed on a single server), you an try to use the server name specified in your SAS enterprise Guide profile and hope that the port number is the default one.

 

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.

Good luck.


Cheers,
Damo

Vince_SAS
Rhodochrosite | Level 12

In SAS Management Console, are you able to navigate to this location?

 

Application Management > Configuration Manager > SAS Application Infrastructure > Stored Process WebApp 9.x

 

From there, right-click on Stored Process WebApp 9.x, select Properties from the pop-up menu, and then go to the External Connection tab.  The server name and port should be listed there, or in the Internal Connection tab.

 

Vince DelGobbo

SAS R&D

Damo
SAS Employee

Hi,


Can you tell me more about what you're trying to achieve?

(Your stored process can be run from SAS Enterprise Guide, used within an infoMap, added to SAS Web Report Studio, etc.)

Are you trying to identify the address you would need to use to access it via the Stored Process Web Application?

 

Cheers,

Damo

csetzkorn
Lapis Lazuli | Level 10
Yes ....

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