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SAS Web Parts for Microsoft SharePoint
SAS Web Parts for Microsoft SharePoint is an integrated set of controls that enable you
to provide customized, dynamic content on your website. By using Microsoft Windows
SharePoint Services, you can add SAS content directly to your website.
Documentation for SAS Web Parts for Microsoft SharePoint is available from http://
support.sas.com/documentation/onlinedoc/webparts.
SAS Web Report Studio
SAS Web Report Studio enables you to create, view, and organize reports. You can use
SAS Web Report Studio for the following tasks:
Creating reports
Beginning with a simple and intuitive view of your data provided by SAS
Information Maps (created in SAS Information Map Studio), you can create reports
based on either relational or multidimensional data sources. Advanced users can
access tables and cubes directly, without the need for information maps.
You can use the Report Wizard to quickly create simple reports, or you can use Edit
mode to create sophisticated reports that have multiple data sources, each of which
can be filtered. These reports can include various combinations of list tables,
crosstabulation tables, graphs, images, and text. Using Edit mode, you can adjust the
style to change colors and fonts. You can also insert stored processes, created by
business analysts who are proficient in SAS, that contain instructions for calculating
analytical results. The stored process results can be rendered as part of a report or as
a complete report.
Additional layout and query capabilities are available for advanced users. These
users can incorporate custom calculations and complex filter combinations, multiple
queries, prompts, and SAS analytical results into a single document. In addition,
advanced users can use headers, footers, images, and text to incorporate corporate
standards, confidentiality messages, and hyperlinks into reports. Advanced users can
also access tables and cubes directly.
Viewing and working with reports
While viewing reports, you can filter, sort, and rank the data that is shown in list
tables, crosstabulation tables, and graphs. With multidimensional data, you can drill
down on data in crosstabulation tables and graphs, and drill through to the
underlying data.
Organizing reports
You can create folders and subfolders for organizing your reports. Information
consumers can use keywords to find the reports that they need. Reports can be shared
with others or kept private. You can schedule reports to run at specified times and
distribute them via e-mail, either as PDF attachments or as embedded HTML files.
You can also publish reports to one or more publication channels.
Printing and exporting reports
You can preview a report in PDF and print the report, or save and e-mail it later. You
have control over many printing options, including page orientation and page range.
You can also export data as a spreadsheet and export graphs as images. You can also
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