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It's the lure of easy accessibility that makes the Web so compelling. Anyone with a browser can access an application if it's Web-enabled. The data for the application is under centralized control, minimizing the effect of programmatic changes on the user community. The benefits seem endless but how do you put the pieces together for a successful application?
This paper provides a framework for answering implementation questions about Web-enabled applications. It also points to the components of the SAS System that are most appropriate for addressing the needs of specific application scenarios. The paper provides three patterns for meeting specific application needs with available technology and includes an annotated list of key terms and technology.
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