12-15-2016 10:55 PM
How to send the email with both attachments and the summary details. Below is the output I need to send it in email to the customers along with the actual sales figure in the attachments. I am able to send the attachment successfully but I am struggling to the add the summary details in the mail.
Code I used
/* create summary report */ option nocenter; ods tagsets.excelxp path= '/Reports/Output' file="Salesreport_&rptdate..xls" style= sansprinter options( sheet_interval='none' Orientation = 'landscape' Autofit_Height = 'yes' Embedded_Titles = 'yes' fittopage = 'yes' ); ods tagsets.excelxp options( Sheet_Name="Sales" sheet_interval='none' Absolute_Column_Width = '8' ); proc print data=_sales noobs; run; ods tagsets.excelxp close; /* send report thru email*/ filename myemail email from=("firstname.lastname@example.org") to=("email@example.com" ) Subject = ("Salesreport_Monthly") attach=("/reports/Output/Salesreport_&rptdate..xls") ; data _null_; file myemail; put "Hi All,"; put ' '; put "Please refer the attached sales report for &rptdate.."; put ' '; put "Summary of the report"; << Need summary details here >>> put "Regards,"; put ' '; put "Sales support team"; run;
Please refer the attached sales report for DEC16.
Summary of the report
New York $23000
Sales support team
12-16-2016 02:08 AM
Texas $10000 California $20500 New York $23000
in a dataset
In your email code, do
data _null_; set summary end=done; /* your summary dataset */ file myemail; if _n_ = 1 then do; put "Hi All,"; put ' '; put "Please refer the attached sales report for &rptdate.."; put ' '; put "Summary of the report"; put 'Region Sales'; end; put region_name sales_figure ; if done then do; put " "; /* add an empty line */ put "Regards,"; put ' '; put "Sales support team"; end; run;
You will need to adapt the positions in the header line to the lengths of your variables, and probably have to add formats in the put of the variables.
12-16-2016 02:09 AM
And when using tagsets.excelxp, you should use a .xml filename extension, as Excel usually complains when the extension does not match the content type of a file.