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How to get the SAS Usage Report?

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How to get the SAS Usage Report?

Is there a way in SAS where we can get the SAS usage?

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No of reports used?

I would like to have a web report made using these data


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‎07-17-2013 10:24 PM
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Re: How to get the SAS Usage Report?

I understand you can request from Tech support (for Free) but always best to check with SAS.

We implemented it and there are some sample reports, however we generally do some ad-hocs against the datasets to query what we want - with that said out of the box is a good start

You could do it all yourself as it is all SAS code but why re-invent the wheel, install APM and use/modify what you need.  I haven't looked at 9.4 and whta is avaliable though someone else may be able to answer that.

Barry

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Re: How to get the SAS Usage Report?

Hi

Have you looked at the SAS APM suite?

http://support.sas.com/rnd/emi/APM_main/index.html

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Barry

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Re: How to get the SAS Usage Report?

Thanks Barry. Does APM suite require additional cost/license

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‎07-17-2013 10:24 PM
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Posts: 356

Re: How to get the SAS Usage Report?

I understand you can request from Tech support (for Free) but always best to check with SAS.

We implemented it and there are some sample reports, however we generally do some ad-hocs against the datasets to query what we want - with that said out of the box is a good start

You could do it all yourself as it is all SAS code but why re-invent the wheel, install APM and use/modify what you need.  I haven't looked at 9.4 and whta is avaliable though someone else may be able to answer that.

Barry

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Re: How to get the SAS Usage Report?

Hashim,

The APM suite is something to be added on to the BI/DI server with a SAS metadata-server involved. With that there are a lot of services also a log-server. It is the platform-admin role (human being) from architecting build to operations that could tell you a lot.

APM by it self is free, but it is more a sample of a lot coding how to do it requiring paramterisering/scripting to be added.

You will have to implement it in the same way as the projects of SAS users.

Gathering the data,set up the requirements for reports, developping reports, planning operational processes etc.

Having that: it will be using SAS for -> analyzing SAS usage. Perhaps using web-report studio to publish reports. 


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