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Activity Number: 346
Type: Contributed
Date/Time: Tuesday, July 31, 2012 : 10:30 AM to 12:20 PM
Sponsor: Section for Statistical Programmers and Analysts
Abstract - #304960
Title: The Design, Development, and Implementation of a Web-Based Control Data Tracking and Analysis System for Immunoassays Using Java Servlet Framework and Batch-Oriented SAS Processing
Author(s): How Tsao*+ and John Sims and Andrew McKeen and Vivek Balakrishna and Khushroo Shroff
Companies: Pfizer Inc. and Pfizer Inc. and Pfizer Inc. and Pfizer Inc. and Pfizer Inc.
Address: 1 Ainsley Court, Highland Mills, NY, 10930, United States
Keywords: Control Data Tracking and Analysis System ; Bioanalytical Assays ; web interface application using Java Servlet Framework ; batch-oriented SAS programming ; SAS ; SAS/AF

The Pfizer Vaccine Research department developed and implemented a new system architecture for the existing Control Data Tracking and Analysis System (CDTAS) [1], which provides tools for surveillance of various qualified bioanalytical assays. The primary goal of this project was to leverage SAS' traditional analytical and output capabilities in an interactive web application with non-proprietary software Integration Technology. The legacy system's SAS/AF® interface was replaced with a web interface developed using open source technology. SAS® components were redesigned to work in a batch-oriented environment, and without the need to run SAS as a local, client-side process. The web-based version of CDTAS was designed to work seamlessly with infrastructure components distributed across different sites and without the need for additional software licenses. The redesigned CDTAS system was s

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