, automaI am trying to create SAS batch file and it is something like this I got....
C:\SAS\sas.exe -sysin C:\Batch\Email_Test.sas
And it didn't work. Anyone please tell me what I am missing here?
Is the actual path to your SAS installation C:\sas? you may need to mention the configuration file location as well.
First step I would get the command to work in a command window. Then move that to a batch file.
Whenever I need to do this, I get the properties of the shortcut that runs SAS. Use that, with your -sysin parm, and you should be fine.
Add LOG to see what exactly happened.
C:\SAS\sas.exe -sysin "C:\Batch\Email_Test.sas" -log "C:\Batch\Email_Test.log"