Using Stored Processes to Improve Information Maps

December 13, 2010
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Integrating Stored Processes into Information Maps can improve process performance as well as provide extra flexibility and complete query generation control. In order to showcase how powerful this combination is, I am presenting this topic during a SAS Talks webinar session this Thursday, December 16th. The scope of the example will be to replace implicit with explicit queries to a RDBMS, however combining stored processes with information maps can prove useful in other arenas as well.

Some Examples of Possible Stored Process use within Information Maps:

I’m sure with some creativity, you can think of other reasons to join these two components together for performance improvements. Register for the webinar & join me this Thursday to discuss how & why to use Stored Processes more often!

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