not have to understand the structure of the underlying data source or know how to
program in a query language.
Integrated Object Model (IOM)
the set of distributed object interfaces that make SAS software features available to
client applications when SAS is executed as an object server.
Integrated Object Model server (IOM server)
a SAS object server that is launched in order to fulfill client requests for IOM
Integrated Windows authentication (IWA)
a Microsoft technology that facilitates use of authentication protocols such as
Kerberos. In the SAS implementation, all participating components must be in the
same Windows domain or in domains that trust each other.
a SAS account that you can create as part of a user definition. Internal accounts are
intended for metadata administrators and some service identities; these accounts are
not intended for regular users.
See Integrated Object Model.
See Integrated Object Model server.
See Integrated Windows authentication.
LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol)
a protocol that is used for accessing directories or folders. LDAP is based on the X.
500 standard, but it is simpler and, unlike X.500, it supports TCP/IP.
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol
for IOM bridge connections, a program that runs in the object spawner and that uses
an algorithm to distribute work across object server processes on the same or
separate machines in a cluster.
the second-level object in the metadata for SAS servers. A logical server specifies
one or more of a particular type of server component, such as one or more SAS
See multidimensional database.
descriptive data about data that is stored and managed in a database, in order to
facilitate access to captured and archived data for further use.