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JenHarper
Calcite | Level 5

If we are using EG as a local client to a server install of SAS, is it possible to launch SG Designer from EG?

If not, is ODS Graphics Designer a stand-alone client/product our SASadmin can add to our install packages on our local machines?

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Jay54
Meteorite | Level 14

Starting with EG 5.1 (shipped in 9.3), the two ODS Graphics tasks are baked into EG.  The ”Open ODS Graphics Designer…” task (on Tasks->Graph menu) simply launches the ODS Graphics Designer on your local SAS server (requires local SAS server).   The ”Show ODS Statistical Graph…” task (on Tasks->Graph menu) replays .sgd files  created by the ODS Graphics Designer (does not require a local SAS server). 

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Jay54
Meteorite | Level 14

Starting with EG 5.1 (shipped in 9.3), the two ODS Graphics tasks are baked into EG.  The ”Open ODS Graphics Designer…” task (on Tasks->Graph menu) simply launches the ODS Graphics Designer on your local SAS server (requires local SAS server).   The ”Show ODS Statistical Graph…” task (on Tasks->Graph menu) replays .sgd files  created by the ODS Graphics Designer (does not require a local SAS server). 

JenHarper
Calcite | Level 5

Thanks Sanjay.  I see the tasks and "Open..." does work when I use Remote Desktop on our server.

Don't have a *.sgd in front of me to test local replay of it, but I'm sure it will work.

Appreciate it.

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