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SAS Content Server
The SAS Content Server is part of the SAS Web Infrastructure Platform. This server
stores digital content (such as documents, reports, and images) that is created and used
by SAS web applications. For example, the SAS Content Server stores report definitions
that are created by users of SAS Web Report Studio, as well as images and other
elements that are used in reports. A process called content mapping ensures that report
content is stored using the same folder names, folder hierarchy, and permissions that the
SAS Metadata Server uses to store corresponding report metadata.
In addition, the SAS Content Server stores documents and other files that are to be
displayed in the SAS Information Delivery Portal or in SAS solutions.
To interact with the SAS Content Server, client applications use WebDAV-based
protocols for access, versioning, collaboration, security, and searching. Administrative
users can use the browser-based SAS Web Management Console to create, delete, and
manage permissions for folders on the SAS Content Server.
For more information about the SAS Content Server, see the SAS Intelligence Platform:
Middle-Tier Administration Guide.
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