Here are brief descriptions of the SAS/IntrNet components.
For demonstrations and complete documentation for each component, see the
SAS Institute Web site at
- Application Dispatcher
- The Application Dispatcher enables you to build dynamic
applications that enable users to run SAS programs from their Web browsers.
Version 8, the Application Dispatcher includes the following new features:
- Application Servers can be started on demand, using pool services,
or they can be launched remotely.
- Security enhancements include host-based authentication and authorization.
In addition, user authentication information is now encrypted.
- Application Servers now implement session capability to enable
saving state across multiple client requests.
- Additional programming utilities are provided to enhance your
- With htmSQL, you can access and update your SAS data from
a Web browser. htmSQL uses SQL statements to update and query your data. It
also formats the query results for display in a Web page.
Version 8, htmSQL supports nesting of query and update sections.
- SAS/SHARE Driver for JDBC
- The SAS/SHARE driver for JDBC enables you to write Java
applets and applications that let a user view and update data through a direct
connection to SAS/SHARE software.
Version 8, the driver includes support for JDBC 2.0 and for SAS/SECURE software.
- SAS/CONNECT Driver for Java
- The SAS/CONNECT driver for Java enables you to write Java
applets and applications that send requests to SAS software on behalf of the
user. These requests can be used for data access or for data processing and
Version 8, the driver includes encryption support that is provided by SAS/SECURE
- SAS SQL Library for C
- The SAS SQL Library for C is an API that enables you to
create applications that use SQL queries and statements to access data in
SAS data sets and in other database management systems.
- SAS ODBC Driver
- The SAS ODBC Driver is included on the SAS/IntrNet software
media. It provides ODBC-compliant Windows applications with "read"
and "write" access to local and remote SAS data sets.
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