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Custom Log Entries - JavaScript Error

Thread began 4/07/2011 2:07 pm by Andrew Read | Last modified 4/07/2011 2:25 pm by Andrew Read | 712 views | 1 replies |

Andrew Read

Custom Log Entries - JavaScript Error


I am attempting to have some custom log entries entered when I am sending out bulk emails. When I try to apply them to the server behaviour I get a JavaScript error.

I have added this to the top of the email body template page:

global $RecipArray;
global $RecipIndex;

and in the message body I am using the following code succesfully:

<?php echo($RecipArray[$RecipIndex][0]["yourColumnName"]); ?>

However, when I use that code in the logging section of the UE Wizard I get the JavaScript Error:

  "While executing applyServerBehaviour in CreateEmailMessage_WA.htm, a JavaScript error occurred."  

Any ideas here?

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Andrew Read

Solved for now...

I kind of reverse engineered this problem to solve it.

I added the fields using a known working session variable, then entered the RecipArray variable directly into the code on the email page.

Once I entered the wizzard again I found the issue to be, wrong quote type used:

Suggestion from the forums was:

<?php echo($RecipArray[$RecipIndex][0]["YourColumnHere"]); ?>

Only this actually works:

<?php echo $RecipArray[$RecipIndex][0]['YourColumnHere']; ?>
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