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Stored Process and SAS WebAnalytics

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Stored Process and SAS WebAnalytics

Do anyome have experiences by using Stored process with SAS WebAnalytics?
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Re: Stored Process and SAS WebAnalytics

The main documentation page for Web Analytics can be found at:

http://support.sas.com/documentation/onlinedoc/webanalytics/

Chapter 14 of the document, "SAS Web Analytics 5.2: Administrator's Guide" discusses the use of stored processes.

Vince DelGobbo
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Re: Stored Process and SAS WebAnalytics

Hi all,

I am also using (trying) Stored Process within SAS WebAnalytics.
I would like to use a basic stored process that display a text; ex=> stphello.sas
(%stpbegin;
/*simply write out a web page that says "Hello World!"*/
data _null_;
file _webout;
put '';
put 'Hello World!';
put '';
put '

Hello World!

';
put '';
put '';
run;
%stpend;
)

This is not possible with the SAS WebAnalytics GUI (???), a dataset is required; If such stored process is defined and run into SAS WebAnalytics message with no table is displayed.


Does anyome know if the use of such SAS stored process can be perform?


Thanks


GN
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Re: Stored Process and SAS WebAnalytics

I don't know a whole lot about the Web Analytics application, but in reading the documentation (see link above), it seems to me that they do not support generic stored processes. Rather, they support stored processes that are intended to provide further analysis of the data that was collected and stored in a SAS table. That is why you are being asked to specify a table.

Using a "report link" may be something for you to investigate (see documentation link above).

I hope that this information helps you. If not, you may want to consider opening a track with our Technical Support department:

http://support.sas.com/techsup/contact/submit_emits2.html

Vince DelGobbo
SAS R&D
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