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

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Saving and Restoring Task Settings

The task is showing real promise. You can use it to run a basic analysis, and it provides users with some control over the results. (Well, at least it provides them the illusion of control.) Because the task does not yet recognize the user-supplied settings from BasicStatsForm, the user will probably be frustrated with the lack of real control. In this section, you will add the logic to save and restore the task settings and to generate an appropriate SAS program that is based on these settings.

There are several ways to save and restore results. In this example, you will create a special .NET class that serves several purposes:

  • Contains properties that represent the structure of information to store in the ...

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