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Aug 27, 2015

JMP to LSAF Add-In

The JMP to LSAF Add-In is an Add-In that creates a client to be used within JMP to connect to the SAS health and life science products, SAS Drug Development and SAS Life Science Analytics Framework.

Some features of the Add-In include:

  • Navigation of the Repository and Workspace file structure
  • Upload and download files
  • Manage versions of files, including check-in, check-out, undo check-out and enable/disable versioning
  • Lock and Unlock files
  • View Version History and open specific versions of a file
  • View Audit History for a Repository object
  • View properties of a Repository object
  • Run SAS programs remotely on the LSAF/SDD SAS Server
  • Run a LSAF/SDD Job in the Repository or Workspace
  • Upload JMP Reports as PDF or Interactive HTML
  • Reports Dashboard for managing JMP reports and one-click refresh to upload new versions of a report

Repository View 

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LSAF SAS Editor

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Reports Dashboard

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System Requirements

The following are required to run the JMP to LSAF add-in:

  • JMP 13
  • Java 1.6+
  • SAS Drug Development or SAS Life Science Analytics Framework API 1.7.1+
  • Windows 7+

Known issues

  1. For Java API prior to version 1.8, when enabling/disabling versioning for a file, any comment entered will not be included in the Audit History.
  2. Any file with an ampersand (“&”) cannot be uploaded.
  3. With Java API 1.8, the temporary Job used for the LSAF SAS editor must be located at /SAS or a child folder of /SAS.

For more information on the install and configuration process, as well as usage information, check out the attached documentation or launch the PDF from within the Add-In itself.

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If you happen to find any additional issues with the Add-In, feel free to send me a private message here on the JMP Community. However, keep in mind that I, nor SAS, has any obligation to perform any additional development on this Add-In. 

 

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