Date: Fri, 20 Apr 2007 14:01:41 -0700
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From: Scott Barry <sbarry@SBBWORKS.COM>
Subject: Re: How to use SAS process to collect information and email it
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On Apr 20, 10:40 am, procconte...@GMAIL.COM (SAS_learner) wrote:
> Hello Guys being Friday morning just playing around this piece of Code, by
> kuhasu's I do not know where I going wrong ?? when I submitting it a DOS
> window pop's up warning( 'c:\send\mailcmd' is not recognized as an internal
> or external command,
> operable program or batch file.
> ) , any Ideas where ( by the I am doing on office machine and default mail
> is outlook but I did log in to my Gmail account during the time I submitted
> the program
> Kuhasu's blog
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>  Hacker!Sasor!Whoever!
> You can use sas process to collect information and email it through
> Sounds like a tallent hacker,isn't it?
> Acctually,it's another usage of sas for remoted data process.
> Remember: Use it good.
>  codes here:
> 1. creat a dataset.(You can omit it,'cause someone might do it for you:>)
> /*Create an dataset*/
> data sendmail;
> input test;
> proc print data=sendmail;
> /*2. Save the output and the log(output can be created,but logs are not
> recommanded if you wanna hack something) */
> /*Save the output and the log*/
> DM OUTPUT 'FILE "c:\send\test.OUT"';
> DM LOG 'FILE "c:\send\test.LOG"';
> 3. Finally,send this output file as attachment to the email address you set
> /*Send the output to mailbox*/
> data _null_;
> call system('c:\send\mailcmd proconte...@gmail.com "procconte...@gmail.com"
> "procconte...@gmail.com" "Subject: SAS results" "Contents: SAS results" ""
Suggest you consider using SAS-supplied FILENAME / EMAIL engine
support for sending EMAILs (supports attachments). Formats other than
text are supported in the EMAIL body, such as HTML.
In addition to SAS Windows companion documentation, you will find
troubleshooting info in the SAS.COM support tech notes -- here's the
DOC link to get you started: