Before you post any code with LT or GT symbols (as in HTML tags) remember that the LT symbol needs to be changed to < (ampersand-lt and the GT symbol needs to be changed to > (ampersand-gt in order to be able to post successfully.
So for example, an example of a URL that calls the Stored Process Web App is:
<a target="new" href="http://yourserver.com:8080/SASStoredProcess/do?
Click here to launch the Stored Process</a>
This post is interesting. How would you specify in the htref link to specify a parameter without hard coding it? In other words, without hard coding ®ion=Canada ?
I could think of creating a concatanated string but is there a more simple way?
You can use a concatenated string in the DATA Step using the concatenation operator, or the CAT* functions. Here is an example:
length string $1024;
set sashelp.shoes; by region;
string = '<a target="new" href="http://yourserver.com:8080/SASStoredProcess/do' ||
'">Click here to launch the Stored Process for ' ||
I have never tested trying to invoke a stored process from a stored process using the SPWA and the SAS Add-in. My sense is that it won't work. My suggestion is to contact Tech Support with this question.