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SAS Stored Process Web Application

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SAS Stored Process Web Application

Wondering if anyone is using the SSPWA and got authentication to work?

If I bypass the SAS logon manger using the following URL; http://myservername.com/SASStoredProcess/do1?_action=index , I get the server (servername) at "SAS Authentication" logon prompt, enter my domain\ userid and pw then directly go to the index tree and can see my sp's. When I select a sp with a required prompt it immediately fails telling me the prompt is required.

If I logoff and log back on using the SAS Logon manager, go to the sp and select, I can see the required prompt and execute the sp with no problem.

Anyone encounter this issue? I do have a ticket open with SAS TS, but holiday time....


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‎01-03-2014 12:02 PM
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Re: SAS Stored Process Web Application

Posted in reply to StevePfromAZ

Thanks Vince. Couldn't see where to mark as answered, but it was.

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Re: SAS Stored Process Web Application

Posted in reply to StevePfromAZ

Try changing the value of _ACTION to something like this:


_action=index,form,properties,execute,newwindow


Vince DelGobbo

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Re: SAS Stored Process Web Application

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Thanks Vince, I tried using the syntax you suggested, it worked but prevented me from seeing the sp's without a propmt in the tree structure. I ended up using this to show both the sp's with and without prompts;

http://servername.com/SASStoredProcess/do1?_action=index,execute,properties

But, I'm still getting the prompt by the server at "SAS Authentication" to provide id and pw. Is there a way to bypass this additional authentication step?

Thanks, Steve 

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Re: SAS Stored Process Web Application

Posted in reply to StevePfromAZ

To bypass all authentication, use anonymous access:

SAS 9.4 Stored Processes: Developer's Guide: Authentication in the SAS Stored Process Web Application

http://bit.ly/1gqXHNT

Vince DelGobbo

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‎01-03-2014 12:02 PM
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Re: SAS Stored Process Web Application

Posted in reply to StevePfromAZ

Thanks Vince. Couldn't see where to mark as answered, but it was.

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