Date Added: Mar 2010
For many users, the most common Web content will consist of SAS reports. These are dynamic views of a SAS information map. Once an information map has been constructed, it can be displayed as a table or chart (or both) in a multi-page report. Web reports are created using SAS Web Report Studio, a middle tier application that runs in a servlet container, that is, as a Web program. One does not need to have anything installed on the desktop except for Firefox or Internet Explorer. This paper will demonstrate how to create a complex Web report from SAS data or from an OLAP cube using the SAS Web Report Studio product in SAS BI Server 9.2.