Angela Hall
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Senior Technical Architect

Angela offers tips on using the SAS Business Intelligence solutions. She manages a team of SAS Fraud Framework implementers within the SAS Solutions On-Demand organization. Angela also has co-written two books, ‘Building BI using SAS, Content Development Examples’ & ‘The 50 Keys to Learning SAS Stored Processes’.

Recent Posts

Alternative Method for Accessing SAS Framework Data Server Content

Back in 2011, I wrote about the all new SAS Framework Data Server in 9.3 and how it needs to be running for certain web ... Read More

Make a commitment and swim, bike, run with it

Over the past six months, my free time was devoted to training. This impacted my blog posting frequency but the training helped me successfully complete ... Read More

Maintaining prompt selections in multiple Web Report Sections (v4.3)

SAS Technical Support has a wonderful how-to guide for using one set of prompt values across multiple sections of a Web Report Studio report. This ... Read More

Cleaner OLAP cube physical folder structures

Each spring and fall, I start clearing out the kid's small clothes, old toys, etc. It can sometimes go too far and reach into my ... Read More

So many autoexecs; three tips for BI administrators

BASE SAS users are already familiar with the autoexec file. This is a .sas file that typically resides in the installation folder of the SAS ... Read More

Verifying a SAS BI installation

After installing SAS Business Intelligence, I would also suggest verifying that all is working appropriately before adding users or importing content from another machine. (My ... Read More

Go on a date with SAS BI Dashboard, part 2

Last week I provided the steps for how to go on a date, at least by using dynamic prompts in BI Dashboard. Now that you ... Read More

Go on a date with SAS BI Dashboard, part 1

Don't give up on the dating game. Just because there is no prompt type specifically for dates, it can still be accomplished with some stored ... Read More

Always learning something new, two awesome Enterprise Guide tricks

Who says anyone is an expert at something? I definitely do not when it comes to SAS (well, anything for that matter). Each time I ... Read More