Display the Macro Variables Created

The program invoked from this HTML page is used to display the macro variables created by the SAS Application Broker from an HTML page. It displays the variables using the Output Formatter.

The Application Broker will create multiple macro variables from long text strings, or when the name is used for multiple fields in the HTML.

The following three text fields are all called TEXT.

The next three checkboxes are all called CBOX. The value shown is the value specified in the INPUT tag.
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Now we have a selection box, LBOX, that allows multiple selections.

Next, the textarea (called TE) field is split at CRLFs. It is also split at every nth character where N is set by the field _fldwdth. If not set, the default is 80.
For services that are reusing a SAS Session, macro variables remain from previous requests, but their value is blank.
Exclude blank macro variables from the report.
Display Options

Display Output as
Preformatted Text
HTML Table

Service and Debug Options

Select the service as defined by your configuration file. This service identifies how the Application Broker communicates with the Application Server.

Select service: Debugging level: