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Task scheduling for Matlab

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Josh Jones
Josh Jones on 17 Jul 2013
I realize this may not be exactly related to Matlab, and I've read all the other posts but have not had any success. I am trying to run a Matlab script with Task Scheduler on Windows 7. My Task scheduler command is:
cd C:\Radar_code\ matlab -r "radarprocessing.m; pause(10); exit"
and the error I keep getting in Task Scheduler is:
The system cannot find the file specified. (0x80070002)
I've tried lots of different things but it hasn't worked yet. Thanks for your help in advance.

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Friedrich
Friedrich on 18 Jul 2013
Edited: Friedrich on 18 Jul 2013
Hi,
this command seems pretty strange. I would rather expect that you select the MATLAB.exe as program to run in the TaskScheduler and as optional arguments use
-r "cd('C:\Radar_code\');radarprocessing.m; pause(10);exit"
Or set the start in folder to C:\Radar_code.
Here is picture:
  1. Click on the browse button and select the matlab.exe
  2. In the "Add arguments" use -r "radarprocessing.m; pause(10);exit"
  3. As "Start in" set the C:\Radar_code folder

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