SAS 9.2 Enterprise Business Intelligence Server Monitoring with HP OpenView Operations for Windows 7.x
In the Program Parameters: Program Name entry, select the text starting at “Web”, then press and hold the right-mouse and drag to the right to expose the rest of the field. There are three sections to the Program Name definition. The third section is the URL to query, enclosed in double-quotes. The complete field should look like this (on a single line):
s a s 9 2 s p i _ c h e c k _ s a s w e b . b a t S A S 9 2 S P I _ W e b A p p _ S A S P o r t a l _ "http://localhost:8080/SASPortal" W I N
Change the “localhost” portion of the above to be the explicit name of the machine that you want to query, for example “emivirt16”:
s a s 9 2 s p i _ c h e c k _ s a s w e b . b a t S A S 9 2 S P I _ W e b A p p _ S A S P o r t a l _ "http://emivirt16:8080/SASPortal" W I N
Note: it is generally good practice to use the fully-qualified domain name for the host portion of the URL, for example:
You may wish to change the Polling interval from the default of “1 minute” to a longer interval, depending on the needs of your organization. Save and Close the modified Policy.
You can modify and deploy either the HP-UX/UNIX or the Windows versions of the SAS Web Apps policies to monitor designated SAS web applications. Both versions run effectively the same SAS program to query the designated URLs. Consider which node(s) are best suited for the supporting the additional processing load.