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dynamic data in e-mail - databridge2

Thread began 6/14/2019 6:46 am by robert254422 | Last modified 6/17/2019 11:36 am by Ray Borduin | 14 views | 2 replies |

robert254422

dynamic data in e-mail - databridge2

Hello ...,

I just upgraded to databridge 2 and I am trying to send an e-mail with dynamic data but not getting it to work - the dynamic part -> mails get sent...
I tried different advices found on the forum but when i add global to the e-mail page for instance it takes over design of the page that has the mailing code...
Also adding recordsets to the marketing page makes the index page not load anymore...

Can you please advice? I removed my own attempts so that it is a clean setup...

index.php is the page that contains the original recordest (recordset1) which will contain the dynamic data that needs to get send by the marketing page and also contains the mailing script...
$Recordset1->getColumnVal("lijstEmailadres") for instance should be included in the marketing file body... If I get that to work adding the rest should be easy enough i guess?

I hope you can help me get this working....

WKR

RV

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

If you just add this to the top of your Marketing.php page:

php:
<?php

global $Recordset1;
?>


That should allow you to add data to the email body using the recordset like:

php:
<?php echo($Recordset1->getColumnVal("lijstEmailadres")); ?>
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robert254422

Working...

Thank you very much Ray for the assistance... It is working now...

WKR

RV

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