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List uploaded filenames in email

Thread began 9/15/2011 10:17 pm by DAOS | Last modified 9/16/2011 10:42 am by Jason Byrnes | 504 views | 1 replies |


List uploaded filenames in email

I have a form with both the Universal Email and Upload Files behaviors. I am using your standard email template. How do I get the email to include the file names that were uploaded?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

On the page you have applied file upload, go to the bindings panel, On the bindings panel there is a Binding group for each file upload called WA Uploaded Files (Fiel Field Name) Where file field name is the name of the file field.

in this binding group is a binding called Server File name.

Add this binding to your page and copy the code, then past this binding code into the email template where you would like to show the uploaded file name.

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