I am using a stored proc to create a map with the feature to map over a state and display a popup with some information. It works in both EG and WEB. But when I run the stored proc in WRS the mouse over feature does not work. Below is my script. I'm using an GIF/HTML combination.
I would only expect this to work in EG or with the Info Delivery Portal or the Stored Process Web Application (SASStoredProcess/do?).
SAS Web Report Studio (WRS) cannot receive HTML results from a stored process. When your stored process runs, in SAS 9.1.3, if the client application is WRS, the stored process results are created and returned to WRS as SAS Report XML -- the SAS Report XML doesn't know how to deal with the URL or hyperlink set with HTML=. See this Tech Support note for more information: http://support.sas.com/kb/18/304.html
Since the note says this behavior is fixed in WRS release 4.2, you might want to check with Tech Support for more information about whether your program falls into the category of what was fixed (since the note talks about reports and not specifically about graphs).
It sort of depends on what you mean by "formats" (do you mean colors and fonts or do you mean SAS user-defined formats) and how you're setting them (using ODS style elements or using CSS style properties with HTMLSTYLE=). And, of course, LISTING options, like HEADLINE, HEADSKIP, SKIP, DOL, DUL, WIDTH, SPACING, etc are ignored by most all ODS destinations (and not exclusively by WRS).
CELLWIDTH, for example should work -- but only in WRS View Report mode. As explained in the notes, CELLWIDTH will not be respected in WRS Print/Preview mode.
If, however, you are using HTMLSTYLE and CSS style properties to set color, font and cellwidths, etc, etc, then I would not expect those methods to work with WRS at all, since WRS is not "receiving" HTML, but is instead receiving SAS Report XML. The only other thing that I know doesn't work well in WRS with PROC REPORT is that the LINE statement output is not displayed in WRS (but will display in other client applications, such as EG or Microsoft Word).
If you have questions about specific issues where your stored process is not working, you might wish to work with Tech Support.