04-25-2016 06:11 AM
I thought the benefit of On Demand was the lack of installation. You log in and use servers set up in NC via SAS.
04-25-2016 06:16 AM
I know that I can work without installation, but I prefer to work in a SAS/EG cliente environment, because I want to get used ti the environment that I will have in companys or instiutions. Companies doesn't work in a web-based environemt.
It's importante for me to know if it is possible ti install SAS/EG client with 4.6 framework,
05-20-2016 04:27 PM
I know of at least two companies with over 100+ users each that are switching to SAS Studio.
Knowing SAS Studio isn't necessarily a disadvantage, in fact for some places it may be an advantage.
The logic of programming is generally the same if your on EG or Base or Studio.
The big difference is do you program, or use the EG tasks or Studio Snippets/Tasks.
05-20-2016 04:21 PM
Yes, EG OnDemand for Academics is supported with .NET Framework 4.6. However, the installer might unnecessarily require .NET Framework 4.5.1 to be on the machine at install time (won't proceed if it doesn't find it). If that is the case, and you only have .NET 4.6 on the machine, (and willing to go through the trouble), you should be able to safely temporarily install .NET Framework 4.5.1, install EG OnDemand for Academics, then uninstall .NET Framework 4.5.1 and EG OnDemand for Academics would automatically use .NET Framework 4.6 instead.