Table-Driven Strategies for Rapid SAS Applications Development

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by Tanya Kolosova and Samuel Berestizhevsky

Written for designers, programmers, and users of SAS applications, this book shows how to build client/server database applications through table-driven technology. Each chapter addresses these three different audiences, detailing ways to construct high-quality, reliable applications that are easy to maintain. The "code-free" approach offers you flexibility in design, reduces development time, and provides the advantages of integrated data dictionaries, user-defined integrity rules, and trigger-message mechanisms that implement and manage data processing. With the many realistic examples included here, experienced users who build or regularly use SAS applications can master techniques of application development and data analysis that are straightforward and powerful.

230 pages.

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Also Recommended: SAS Language: Reference, Version 6, First Edition; SAS Procedures Guide, Version 6, Third Edition; SAS Screen Control Language: Reference, Version 6, Second Edition; SAS/AF Software: Usage and Reference, Version 6, First Edition; SAS/FSP Software: Usage and Reference, Version 6, First Edition; SAS/CONNECT Software: Usage and Reference, Version 6, Second Edition; SAS Technical Report P-252, SAS Software: Changes and Enhancements, Release 6.09;

CMS, Mac, MVS, OS/390, OS/2, UNIX, OpenVMS Alpha, OpenVMS VAX, Windows

ISBN: 1-55544-245-5

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