Posts Tagged ‘ SAS 9.4 ’

Keyword Bookmark Search with SAS Support

October 10, 2018
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I had noticed recently that when I searched for SAS documentation on Google I wasn’t finding the SAS 9.4 documentation pages I wanted. I tweeted about it, found others had the same issue, and that SAS are working to address it. In the interim, th...
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Metacoda Auth Domain Reviewer

September 26, 2018
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One of the new Metacoda Security Plug-ins features arriving in version 6.1 is the Auth Domain Reviewer. Like the other reviewers, this plug-in is used for investigating, documenting and testing how a SAS metadata security feature has been used within a...
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Checking a SAS Setinit/License in Metadata

September 19, 2018
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When I apply a new SAS license (setinit) each year, sometime I forget to also update it in metadata. I might not even remember until I get an email from the SAS platform itself: From: SAS Platform Subject: SAS Product Expiration Notification To: Me You...
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Metacoda Plug-ins Tip: User’s Group Content Admin Permissions (Identity Permissions Explorer)

September 13, 2018
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This tip was prompted by a SAS Communities question which I hear from time to time, essentially “How do I find out which groups a SAS user is a Portal Group Content Administrator for?” It can be answered using the Metacoda Identity Permissi...
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Metacoda Plug-ins Tip: Removing an Unwanted Auth Domain and Logins

August 17, 2018
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This tip details how to go about removing an unwanted Authentication Domain and all associated Login objects from SAS metadata. A need for this can arise when you have been temporarily (or accidentally/unnecessarily) added a second set of inbound login...
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Changing font size in SAS

June 18, 2018
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When making a new piece of code, I like to use the smallest font I can read. This lets me fit more text on the screen at once. When presenting code to others, especially in a classroom setting, I like to make the font large enough to see from the back...
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Metacoda Plug-ins Tip: Locate Home Folder for a User

May 21, 2018
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It is usually obvious where a SAS user’s metadata home folder (My Folder or private user folder) is – just look under /User Folders/ (or /Users/ in older SAS versions) for a folder with the user’s name. Sometimes, however, it can be a...
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Did I add that CA Certificate to the SAS Trusted CA Bundle?

February 14, 2018
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Sometimes I forget whether I’ve added our internal site root and intermediate CA certificates to the Trusted CA Bundle that SAS® Software applications use. Sometimes I also forget the command I can use to find out whether I did! 😉 As is ofte...
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