05-17-2012 03:38 AM
Can any one please tel me what are the steps to create a 'Stored Process' in SAS EG & SAS DI ?
After deploy the DI job where (which server) the sas file will save ?
And can any one explain about the server's plz (which application under which server) ?
05-17-2012 04:18 AM
Check this for creating stored process in EG
For details, see the SAS Intelligence Platform: Application Server Administration Guide.
SAS Workspace Servers fulfill client requests for SAS sessions. When
these servers are configured as standard workspace servers (without
workspace pooling), each client establishes a connection to a single-user
server process, uses the server, and then disconnects.
SAS Pooled Workspace Servers are workspace servers that use server-side
pooling, which is new with SAS 9.2. The SAS object spawner maintains a
pool of reusable workspace server processes called a pool, thus avoiding the
overhead that is associated with creating a new process for each connection.
Workspace server load balancing is built in to server-side pooling.
Pooled workspace servers are intended for use by query and reporting tools
such as SAS Web Report Studio and SAS Information Delivery Portal
when accessing relational information maps.
SAS Stored Process Servers fulfill client requests to execute SAS stored
processes. A stored process is a SAS program that is stored on a server
and can be executed as required by requesting applications.
Stored process servers are configured to be load balanced. By default, the
object spawner balances workloads across three stored process server
SAS/CONNECT servers enable clients to execute code on a remote host, or
to move data between client and server machines.
SAS OLAP Servers provide access to multidimensional data.
05-17-2012 04:24 AM
I find the documentation a great place to start ;-)
Try the SAS Intellingence Platform : Application Server Administration Guide.
Of course you can take some shortcuts, but if you want a real solid foundation of how the SAS platform works, you cant beat the documentation (or take a SAS course).