Developing Java Clients - SAS BI

The SAS Management Console offers a single point of entry for a wide range of SAS System administration operations. Plug-ins to the SAS Management Console are used to perform certain administrative tasks. In SAS BI, learn how to create Java Clients.


BI Tools – Java Client

SAS Java clients run in a Java run-time environment (JRE) and are installed on the machine where they will be used.

SAS Management Console

The SAS Management Console provides a single interface for many administrative tasks for the SAS System. Specific administrative tasks are supported by plug-ins to the SAS Management Console.

Metadata Manager Plug-In
The Metadata Manager plug-in provides a mechanism to control the SAS Metadata Server.

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User Manager Plug-In
The User Manager plug-in is used to define and manage users and groups.

A user can be a member of one or more groups.
Server Manager Plug-In
SAS servers and spawners can be defined, configured, and managed using the Server Manager plug-in.

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SAS ETL Studio

SAS ETL Studio enables a data warehouse specialist to create and manage metadata objects that define sources, targets, and the sequence of steps for the extraction, transformation, and loading of data.

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SAS ETL Studio is targeted at the same user community that used SAS/Warehouse Administrator.

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SAS OLAP Cube Studio

SAS OLAP Cube Studio is used to create OLAP cubes. The Cube Designer provides a point-and-click interface for cube creation.

SAS Information Map Studio

SAS Information Map Studio provides the bridge between the data warehouse and the end user who builds reports from the data.


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Vinod M is a Big data expert writer at Mindmajix and contributes in-depth articles on various Big Data Technologies. He also has experience in writing for Docker, Hadoop, Microservices, Commvault, and few BI tools. You can be in touch with him via LinkedIn and Twitter.

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