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1 Developing Cross-Platform Intranet Applications on UNIX M. Kumar Sagar The Sagar Group, Inc., Framingham, MA ABSTRACT This paper illustrates two intranet applications developed using Netscape 3 browser on the client-end and an Apache http server running on a SunOS 5.5 server, at a major pharmaceutical company. The first application is executed from the browser interface, after the user fills in the required input fields. It invokes a PERL cgi-bin script that processes the inputs and in turn invokes an EXPECT script(s). This EXPECT script opens FTP and RLOGIN connections to the remote VAX and ALPHA (AXP) nodes. SAS programs are then executed on the remote VAXlAXP nodes and results are brought back to the UNIX, processed by the PERL cgi-bin script, and presented to the user in the HTML format. A Second application exploits the strengths of the SAS System by employing SASlConnect to make a remote connection to the VAXlAXP nodes and transfer the SAS datasets to the UNIX node. This is again done from within the Netscape 3 browser on the client-end where the user fills in the required input fields. These inputs are processed by a PERL cgi-bin script and fed to a local UNIX SAS program that invokes SAS programs and macros on the remote VAXlAXP nodes to read data from the VAXlAXP nodes and create SAS datasets on the local UNIX server. These applications illustrate that companies can leverage their existing investment in legacy and customized software and applications as well as provide multiple points of entry and execution for the users. Existing users can continue to work with the software and applications they are comfortable with, thus reducing the training and re-iearning overhead associated with new applications; whereas new users can be introduced to the unified browser interface paradigm, thus reducing training costs and enhancing the user comfort level and productivity. Moreover, such unified browser interface applications can also be deployed across various legacy platforms. While discussing these applications, we will also delve into the subjects of user requirements, design specifications, validation and documentation, and user training and setup. INTRODUCTION The businesses and individuals alike have enthusiastically welcomed the Internet and the World Wide Web. Not only does the internet provide a unique medium of communication, it also provides unique and novel ways of conducting business and disseminating information to the interested parties. When such internet is local to the company network and protected from outside intrusions by means of firewalls, it is known as an Intranet. Similarly, an Extranet is a secure mean of providing access to a limited set of information to the business partners not on the company intranet or network. The businesses benefit tremendously from such intranets and extranets by providing a unified interface for data input, retrieval, analysis, and review. It is not surprising then that there is a tremendous surge of interest in the business community in utilizing the open architecture and unified browser interface for various purposes such as: applications development and deployment, data presentation and analysis, data warehousing, and job control systems. However, companies have already invested heavily in proprietary systems and applications developed on heterogeneous legacy platforms 349

2 over the years. Furthermore, data crunched and/or presented by such proprietary software and systems come from a variety of data sources including, but not limited to; data files, databases, or systems. To further complicate the matters, the data sources could be located anywhere on the network, on various remote legacy nodes. The natural inclination then is to design, develop and deploy applications on the intranet that enable us to access these data sources for analysis and reporting, which is the topic of this paper. BACKGROUND The company, a large multi-national pharmaceutical giant, already has an existing global intranet in place, spread across the continents. As with any other software, the existing intranet is first generation on the evolutionary scale. Thus, it is primarily static in nature and provides the usual mix of static information in textual, graphical and/or tabular formats. However, with the additional software available on the market now, this intranet could be turned into a dynamic one that allows users to connect to the databases, do queries, submit jobs across different operating systems and track the status of such jobs as well as see the results; all from within the browser interface. An initiative, begun about a year ago, endeavors to provide applications on the intranet that are second generation in nature, such as a SAS job submission and control system. This system allows the users to submit SAS jobs, view the job status, and control the job. This application currently runs only on the UNIX platform and thus it requires that the SAS datasets be present on the UNIX platform for the SAS jobs to run. It is in this context that the present two applications were developed. The first application, hereinafter referred to as the ViewMaker, creates SAS views on the specified VAXlAXP platforms. These remote VAXlAXP SAS views are then used by the second application, known as the DSMaker, to create SAS datasets on the UNIX platform. VIEWMAKER User Requirements: ViewMaker is a cross-platform application that provides solution to the problem of accessing data residing on the remote V AXI AXP nodes, either in the SAS datasets or in the Rdb database. The user requirements for this application can be briefly summarized as follows: 1. Create SAS views on the remote V AXI AXP nodes. 2. Users should be able to specify whether to create views for specific protocols or all the protocols in a given project. 3. Users should be able to specify what time the SAS view creation job should run on the remote VAXlAXP nodes. Process Description: Given these user requirements, the ViewMaker application has to perform following steps: 1. Capture the user input for: 1.1. VAXlAXP username 1.2. VAXlAXP password 1.3. VAXlAXP nodename 1.4. VAXlAXP project 1.5. VAXlAXP protocols (either specify protocols or leave the field blank) 1.6. V AXI AXP Batch submission time (Now, 12 AM, 3 AM, 6 AM, 9 AM, 12 PM, 3 PM) 2. Process the inputs, with provision for making password a system field so that nobody can access it If any of the required input fields are blank, provide an appropriate error message and terminate. Users can return to the input screen using the browser "BACK" button. 3. If the PROTOCOL field is left blank, continue with 3.1 else continue with Write the PROTOCOL. COM file (a DCL command file) on the predetermined UNIX directory specifying the remote Rdb SQL job to be run and point to the appropriate database/directories on the specified VAXlAXP node Establish an FTP connection to the specified VAXlAXP node, transfer file PROTOCOL.COM to the VAXlAXP user 350

3 home directory, and close the FTP connection Establish an RLOGIN connection to the specified V AXI AXP node Do the project switch to the specified project to gain access to the appropriate directories and setup the Rdb SQL execution environment Copy PROTOCOL. COM file from the user home directory to the project directory Submit the PROTOCOL. COM file and wait until the job finishes. Close the RLOGIN connection Establish a second FTP connection to the specified VAXlAXP node, copy PROTOCOL. OUT file (created by the PROTOCOL. COM job) to the predetermined UNIX directory, and close the FTP connection Process the PROTOCOL. OUT file, find out all the protocols for the project, populate the PROTOCOL field with this information, and continue with 4. If any errors found, display them on-screen. Also, display the PROTOCOL. OUT file location so users can view the file. 4. Write the appropriate VIEWMAKER. COM (specifying the SAS job to be run and submission details) and VIEWMAKER. SAS (specifying the SAS execution environment and location of SAS macros/log/lis files) files to the predetermined UNIX directory. 5. Establish an FTP connection to the specified VAXlAXP node, transfer VIEWMAKER.COM and VIEWMAKER. SAS to the specified VAXlAXP user home directory, and close the FTP connection. 6. Establish an RLOGIN connection to the specified VAXlAXP node Do the project switch to the specified project to gain access to the appropriate directories and setup the SAS execution environment Copy VIEWMAKER. COM and VIEWMAKER SAS files from the user home directory to the project directory If the job is run "Now", submit the VIEWMAKER. COM file, wait until the job finishes, close the RLOGIN connection, and continue with If the job is not run "Now", submit the job, close the RLOGIN connection, and continue with Establish a second FTP connection to the specified VAXlAXP node and copy the VIEWMAKER. LOG and VIEWMAKER. LIS files to the predetermined UNIX directory. 8. Process the VIEWMAKER. LOG file and if any errors found, display them on-screen else display there were no errors. Also, display the file locations so users can view the files. 9. If the job is not submitted "Now", display that the job is submitted and inform the user that they will have to view the SAS VIEWMAKER. LOG and VIEWMAKER. LIS files manually on the specified VAXlAXP hode. Software Specifications: Given that no product was available that can provide all of the above functionality in a single package, it was decided to use following software: 1. Netscape 3.0 browser as a front-end for user inputs and result viewing. 2. Apache HTTP server on SunOS 5.5 using TCP/IP to process requests. 3. PERL cgi-bin to process user inputs, invoke appropriate EXPECT programs, process the files brought back by EXPECT programs, and provide results to the users on the fly. PERL is a widely used and freely available language on the UNIX platform for cg-bin programming and forms processing. 4. EXPECT to invoke FTP and RLOGIN sessions to remote VAXlAXP nodes, copy files between remote VAXlAXP nodes and UNIX and submit SAS jobs on the remote V AXlAXP nodes. EXPECT is a freeware utility available on the UNIX platform that helps automate communication tasks such as file transfers using FTP and remote connectionsllogins using RLOGIN protocols. 5. FTP and RLOGIN protocols to copy files between UNIX and VAXlAXP platforms and submit jobs. FTP and RLOGIN are the communication protocols for file transfers and remote logins to other nodes on the network, respectively. 6. SAS.on VAXlAXP to run the jobs and create SASviews. Figure 1 and 2 depict an architectural overview of, and a process flowchart for, the ViewMaker. 351

4 HTML (Netscape 3.0) TCPIIP network EXPEC T FTP RLOGIN VAX AXP (,.ai) USER UNIX SERVER UNIX UNIX V AXIAXP Figure 1 An Architectural overview of ViewMaker Design and Development: Given these aspects, we started the development of the ViewMaker application by designing various components, as follows. (1) DATA_WEB_TOOLS B'l'H This is the top level HTML file, which is usually bookmarked by the users to access ViewMaker, DSMaker, and other related tools. (2) VJ:EWMAKER. B'l'H This HTML file displays a user-input form where users can fill in their VAXlAXP username, password, nodename, project, and protocol information. Moreover, they also select the time when the job should run. The default for batch submission time is "12 AM", which ensures that the job runs at the off-peak time. This file uses the POST method to pass the data on to the VIEWMAKER. PL program. (3) VJ:EWImER.PL This PERL cgi-bin program processes the data it receives from the VIEWMAKER. HTM by means of the POST method and does the error checking. In turn, it invokes either PROTOCOL. EXP or VIEWMAKER. EXP program, depending on whether the user left the protocol field blank. If PROTOCOL. EXP program is invoked, VIEWMAKER. EXP waits until it finishes, processes the PROTOCOL. OUT file to find out all the protocols for the specified project and then for each of the protocol, executes the VIEWMAKER. EXP program, waits until it finishes and provides results to the user interactively. In terms of error checking, VIEWMAKER. PL is a very sophisticated program. Errors such as "required fields not filled-in" are checked in the very beginning and if any field is left blank, it provides the error message and stops execution. Fields such as VAXlAXP USERNAME, PASSWORD, NODENAME, and PROJECT cannot be verified until the first connection (always FTP) is made to the specified VAXlAXP node. If at this stage we find that anyone of these fields has incorrect data, we provide the appropriate error message and stop the execution. On the other hand, if we find that the user made an error in entering the PROTOCOL field and entered a non-existent protocol, we assume that the user wants to create that protocol. In such a case, we setup the directory hierarchy for the new protocol on the specified V AXI AXP node and continue with the execution. Furthermore, even while processing a valid protocol, if any SAS errors are found, we do not stop the execution of the rest of the protocols, but provide the user an option of ending the process by using the browser "STOp button. 352

5 (4) PROTOCOL.EXP This is an EXPECT program that is invoked by the VIEWMAKER. PL program, but only when user leaves the PROTOCOL input field blank on the VIEWMAKER. HTM form. In that case, this program writes the PROOCOL. COM file on,unix, transfers it over to the specified VAXlAXP node using an FTP connection, and executes it there using an RLOGIN connection. Upon completion, it transfers the output file (PROTOCOL. OUT) back to UNIX using a second FTP connection and terminates. VIEWMAKER. PL processes this file, populates the PROTOCOL field with the appropriate information, and invokes VIEWMAKER. EXP in turn. In the UNIX terminology, this program is invoked as a child of the VIEWMAKER. PL program. (5) VJ:EWMAKER. EXP This program is also invoked by the VIEWMAKER. PL program, once for each of the protocol(s). This program writes the required files on UNIX, transfers it over to the specified VAXlAXP node using an FTP connection, and executes it there using an RLOGIN connection. Then it transfers the outputf(ogllis files back to the UNIX using a second FTP connection, for processing by VIEWMAKER. PL program. In the UNIX terminology, this program is invoked as a child of the VIEWMAKER. PL program. (6) VJ:EWMAKER. BAS This file is a SAS run file that sets up the directories for the SAS macros to execute. To minimize the "reinventing the wheel" syndrome, it was decided to use the existing SAS macros and programs which are very well documented, validated, and in production use in the existing legacy environment; thus leveraging company's existing investment in the software and systems. Lessons Learned: As we progressed through the development phase, we found that all these asynchronous software applications on the UNIX platform had trouble synchronizing their actions. For example, if a user decided to cancel a submitted job and pressed the browser "BACK" button, that action would be communicated to the VIEWMAKER. PL program. However, VIEWMAKER. PL did not automatically communicate that to either PROTOCOL. EXP or VIEWMAKER.EXP, whichever was currently executing as a child of VIEWMAKER. PL. This resulted in VIEWMAKER. PL dying but leaving the EXPECT, FTP, RLOGIN, and Rdb SQL or SAS programs running, which would ultimately result in "zombie" processes on UNIX and "detached" processes on the specified VAXlAXP nodes. This required us to do signal handling in VIEWMAKER. PL. Similarly, we found that even when VIEWMAKER. PL was passing signals to the EXPECT programs, they were not passing it on to the FTP and RLOGIN processes so we did signal handling for EXPECT programs, finally putting an end to the "zombie" and "detached" processes. Similarly, to increase the number of processes that could run simultaneously on UNIX, we had to rebuild the UNIX kernel with a higher number of processes allowed. In all these tasks, the support from, and the degree of camaraderie with, the UNIX System Administrator was an absolute essential. Next Steps: The next steps for this application involve following: (1) Allowing users to create views for multiple projects simultaneously. (2) Allowing users to specify that they want to "Create Views' as well as "Create Datasets on UNIX", thus tightly integrating ViewMaker with DSMaker. (3) Deploy this application with a JavaScript user interface to integrate it with the existing intranet applications. (4) NFS mount the specified VAXlAXP disks on to the UNIX to eliminate EXPECT, FTP and RLOGIN requirements and simplify the process. DSMAKER DSMaker is a cross-platform application that provides the second part of the solution to the problem of using data from various sources, residing on remote legacy nodes. The user requirements for this application can be briefly summarized as follows: 1. Create SAS datasets on the UNIX machine from the existing SAS views and/or datasets on the remote VAXlAXP nodes. 353

6 2. Users should be able to select specific datasets to be created or "create all datasets" and provide the Origination (i.e. project and protocol on the remote V AXI AXP nodes) and destination (i.e. the path on UNIX) details. 3. If neither the SAS views nor the SAS datasets exist on the remote V AXlAXP nodes, the application should automatically invoke the ViewMaker application, create views, and then create the SAS datasets on UNIX. DSMaker Process Description: Given these requirements, the utility had to perform following steps (see Figure 3): 1. Capture the user input for: 1.1. VAXlAXP username 1.2. VAXlAXP password 1.3. VAXlAXP nodename 1.4. VAXlAXP project 1.5. VAXlAXP protocol 1.6. UNIX Filepath 1.7. SAS datasets to be created (selected by means of checkboxes) 2. Process the inputs and do the error checking If any required fields are left blank, give the error message and terminate. Users can retum to the input screen using the browser "BACK" button If the UNIX filepathldirectory is invalid, give an error message and terminate. Users can return to the input screen using the browser "BACK" button If no errors found, write al\ of the information to a SAS autoexec file. 3. Run the SASautoexec file on UNIX Use SAS/Connect to connect to the specified V AXlAXP node and run the SAS programs and macros on that VAXlAXP node. 4. Process the SAS.LOG file(s) and if any errors found, display them on-screen else display there were no errors. Also, display the file locations so users can view the files. DSMaker Software Specifications; Since SAS/Connect provides the facility for running SAS jobs on a remote node, the choice of software in this case was relatively simple. 1. Netsqape 3.0 browser as a front-end for user inputs and result viewing. 2. Apache HTIP server on SunOS 5.5 using TCPIIP to process requests. 3. PERL cgi-bin to process user inputs, invoke appropriate SAS programs and process the.log files written by the SAS programs and provide results to the users on the fly. 4. SAS/Connect to make connections to the remote VAXlAXP nodes, execute SAS programs on the remote nodes, and create SAS datasets on the UNIX node. Design and Development: Given these aspects, we started the development of the DSMaker application by designing various components, in the order as follows. ( 1) DATA_WEB_TOOLS H'l'M This is again the top level HTML file which is usually bookmarked by the users to access ViewMaker, DSMaker and other related tools. (2) DSMAKER. H'l'M This HTML file displays a user-input screen where users can fill in their VAXlAXP username, password, nodename, project, protocol, and UNIX filepath information. Moreover, users can also select the SAS datasets to be created on UNIX. The default for SAS datasets to be created is all and is selected by means of checkboxes. This file uses the POST method to pass the data on to the DSMAKER. PL program. (3) DSMKER.PL This PERL cgi-bin program is fed the data from the DSMAKER. HTM by means of POST method. It processes the data and does the error checking. Then it writes the DSMAKER. SAS program that is a SAS run file specifying which programs to execute. In terms of error checking, DSMAKER. PL is a very sophisticated program. Errors such as required fields left blank are checked in the very beginning and if any field is left blank, it provides the error message and stops execution. Similarly, the UNIX filepath is checked by means of a directory test. 354

7 (4) DSMAIa:R. BAS This file is a SAS run file that sets up the directories for the SAS macros to execute. To minimize the "reinventing the wheel" syndrome, it was decided to use the existing SAS macros and programs which are very well documented, validated, and in production use in the existing legacy environment; thus leveraging company's existing investment in the software and systems. This program checks to see if there were any error in USERNAME, PASSWORD, NODENAME, PROJECT, and PROTOCOL specification and If at this stage we find that any of these fields are ~ incorrect, we provide the appropriate error message and stop the execution at this point. Next Steps: The next steps for this application involve following: (1) Allow users to create SAS datasets for multiple projects simultaneously. (2) Allow users to specify that they want to "Create Views" as well as "Create Datasets on UNIX", thus tightly integrating ViewMaker with DSMaker. (3) Deploy this application with a JavaScript user interface to integrate it with the existing company intranet. VALIDATION & DOCUMENTATION The validation of ViewMaker as well as DSMaker was an on-going process. In both cases, We created a User Requirements Document and a System Design Document. These two documents in turn drove the development of a User Acceptance Test and a System Acceptance Test. Users at three different sites and the developer executed these tests, respectively. Errors and bugs found were documented and fixed. All these documents as well as the Setup Documents for each of the sites and a User Training Document were made available on-line. This gave us a higher level of confidence that the applications were validated in accordance with the FDA guidelines for "Computerized Systems Used in Clinical Trials". This process also gave us applications that were well documented so that future enhancements and developments would be easier to implement. CONCLUSION It is quite possible and beneficial for a company that has already invested heavily in developing and validating legacy applications to look for solutions that enable legacy applications on the intranet. In such a case, UNIX platform has a number of utilities to offer that can help develop cross-platform applications. Since the SAS System works across multi-platforms, it can be fruitfully combined with the UNIX platform to yield a tangible and cost-effective solution. REFERENCES SAS and SAS/Connect are registered trademarks or trademarks of SAS Institute Inc. in the USA and other countries. indicates USA registration. Other brand and product names are registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective companies. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I would like to express the gratitude lowe my wife, Sejal, for her untiring encouragement and support, without which this paper would not be possible. AUTHOR CONTACT M. Kumar Sagar The Sagar Group, Inc. 35 Queens Way, Suite 7, Framingham, MA Phone: Fax: URL: (508) (508) Please visit our site for more information and for an on-line, electronic version of this and other papers. 355

8 USER viewmaker.pl ( Oata_web_toolS/ viewmaker.pl) rror Messages SERVER File \- -!-..I/tmpl$usemame.$project.viewmaker.pI.Iog.$curdate > ~ Y ~ ~ No protocolexp Scan file protocol.out and populate PROTOCOL field. Yes NO{ STOP ) Normal viewmaker.exp ~ IN~ ~ Figure 2 ViewMaker Process Flowchart 356

9 USER SERVER File: I-----~$pgmroot/dsmaker.pl.log.$curdate ~ Y' ~ Yes No Checkout SAS Programs & macros from various Locations. Files: $pgmrooticreate.sas.$curdate.log $pgmrootl$progname.iog.$curdate (for each program) Execute SAS Programs Using SASIConnect. a comection is established to the V {J;XJAXP node and SAS daiasets are created on UNIX. ~-----Y'~---~ Figure 3 DSMaker Process Flowchart 357

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