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Custom Tasks for SAS Enterprise Guide Using Microsoft .NET by Chris Hemedinger

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Deploying Custom Tasks

A custom task is shipped in an executable .NET file called an assembly. (An assembly usually takes the form of a DLL file.) You can have multiple custom tasks in a single .NET assembly, or you can have one custom task per assembly (or DLL file), depending on your preferences. Keep in mind that it is more convenient to package several related custom tasks together into a single .NET assembly because it makes it easier to share code and implementations.

Once the .NET assembly has been built, deploying and registering the custom tasks to target client machines is simple, and two methods are available. Once the tasks are added, they are available from the Add-In option in the Tools menu and from the Task List option in the ...

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