SAS License Issues
A standard SAS license only permits employees and contractors to use SAS.
CGI2SAS was originally designed to allow developers to test SAS/Intrnet apps on their workstation. In this case there were no license issues as the developer already had a SAS license. Now that CGI2SAS is flexable and stable enough to run on a production server the license issue has become a little more complicated.
If you use a third party SAS web product for an Intranet application your current SAS license should be sufficient. If you what your SAS web application to be available on the Internet then you may have to obtain an "uplift" license from SAS.
SAS are not consistent world-wide on this. In the UK say uplift license and you get very blank looks. In the US SAS will ask for more money.
Please check with the SAS Institute if you have any doubts. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR MAKING SURE SAS IS LICENSED CORRECTLY.
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