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How can these EVMDLA datasets or folder in autoload area be restored for use in SAS VA?


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‎02-21-2017 12:21 PM
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rajsukh,

 

Have you performed the required steps to activate this bunch of datasets which are being used in monitoring SAS VA Performance.

 

If not here are the usefull links that can help you.

 

1) Activate Mid Tier Performance Report

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FXKbv2r8zdw

 

2) Activate Audit Data for Administrator Report

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KRKNzobd0AI

 

rgds,

Kaushal

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Re: EVDMLA

Hi Rajsukh,

 

Can you please mention which datasets you want to use from that library.

 

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Kaushal Solanki

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All of them...
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Re: EVDMLA

Hi Rajsukh,

 

Please Define your requirement regarding this tables where you want to use them?

 

Regards,

Kaushal Solanki

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Re: EVDMLA

Kaushal,

This is related to SAS Visual Analytics library called EVMDLA. The datasets here are generic ones on install. They have disappeared and are used to monitor usage in SAS VA. There must be away to reinstate all of them. Does that clarify....
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Hi,

 

Does your IT have nightly backups?  They should do, so drop them a mail and ask them to restore those areas.

 

If not (and I am not familiar with VA), if that library is a default library setup by the install of VA, then you should be able to copy it from the install media of VA.  If that is not possible - i.e. it is an installer, install the program to another machine, then copy and paste the library from there to yours.  

 

Alternatively re-install VA.  Not sure how much linkage there is behind the scenes, but a re-install is probably safer.  

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EVDLMA

How can these datasets or folder in autoload area be restored for use in SAS VA?

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‎02-21-2017 12:21 PM
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Posts: 56

Re: EVDLMA

rajsukh,

 

Have you performed the required steps to activate this bunch of datasets which are being used in monitoring SAS VA Performance.

 

If not here are the usefull links that can help you.

 

1) Activate Mid Tier Performance Report

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FXKbv2r8zdw

 

2) Activate Audit Data for Administrator Report

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KRKNzobd0AI

 

rgds,

Kaushal

As a Visual Analytics administrator, would you like to have reports available based on usage of your environment's middle tier? Watch this video to see how you can implement the auto loading of metric data to populate a multi-section middle tier report viewable from the administrator. SUBSCRIBE TO
Bobbie Wagoner explains how to autoload Visual Analytics 7.2 Windows environment usage audit table data and view the predefined report based on that data. MORE RESOURCES [VIDEO] Implementing Automatic Loading of Data to Memory in a Windows Environment: https://youtu.be/V9LXO0yoZ8o SAS Technical ...
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Re: EVDLMA

We have managed to get the datasets back up and running. Thanks for your information and links
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