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e-mail subject line passing report parameter in subscription


e-mail subject line passing report parameter in subscription

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sridhar_msc
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Hi there,

i have setup an e-mail subscription. in the subject line i had passed a inbuilt variable as @reportname and along with that i want to pass the report parameter. how to do this.

(report paramerter is date parameter which i took from the backend sql)

can anybody help me in this issue!

Regards,
Sridhar.
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HI, I have a similar problem.

I've set up loop to iterate over a table containing just one column of reference numbers. The e-mail is to be sent back to me where another application looks at the subject line to automatically attach the e-mail to client records. To do this the subject line must contain individualised reference numbers from my table. I haven't found anything in the Send Mail Task Editor that allows anythin other than a static entry in the Subject field. Is what I'm trying to do just not possible?

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Ged
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