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Write [Success] on successful logs?

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andreah
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Write [Success] on successful logs?

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Is there a way to write that on the Subject of the email? It will be a dream to manage the filters that way.

Thank you.
Swapna
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Re: Write [Success] on successful logs?

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Hi,

You can add the variable %RUNRESULT% in the Subject under:

Modify > Expert > Log > Email Log settings page

to show a textual description of the result of the profile run (e.g. Success, Failure, Aborted, Timelimit Reached) in the subject of the email notification.

Please read the help file > Technical references > Variables for more details.

Thank you.
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Re: Write [Success] on successful logs?

Post by andreah »

Perfect thank you, it works wonderfully. Sorry one more simple question, I'm not much of a coder even for really simple things like this one, how can I make it work inside []? It only works if the parentheses don't touch the %%. Thanks.
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Re: Write [Success] on successful logs?

Post by andreah »

Sorry, my bad, it works perfectly even as [%RUNRESULT%].

Thank you again.
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