Here is a very basic example of email automation

This is important feedback message stored on the file which must be passed to the supplier

 Insert file1

Automation Package

Insert file2

Script Package Action

Insert file4

begin
 SetVariable('<FileData>',FileToString('C:\tmp\text.txt'));
 Result:=True;
end;
Send Email Action

Insert file5

Variable Value after script execution is completed

Insert file3

About Variables

Variables are used to pass parameters between various objects.
For example, SQL script has failed and you would like to email the SQL to the developer.
Insert <Sql Script> Into email message and it will be replaced with actual SQL.

Note:

There are several ways to create variables
1. Using script action
2. Using transformation action
3. Using calculation object within transformation action or package
4. Using Set Variable Action
5. Manually using Global Variables

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  • swissbanking

    I used Advanced ETL Processor in 2 Enterprises for many business processes and Business automation (outside finance department). I did not find any other tool with so many functions and broad flexibility for that Price! If you need support for bugs or solution design you will get it very fast. Best Support I have ever seen.

    Lionel Albrecht
  • iqvia

    IQVIA and DB Software Laboratory (DBSL) partnered in 2010 and have been working in close cooperation ever since. Over this period of time DBSL software components formed an integral part of a large number of IQVIA applications currently used by over 20 UK NHS Trusts (Hospitals).

    Dmitry Dorsky,
    Director
  • xerox

    The product is easy to learn and once a developer understands the ETL way for solving the problem at hand, the developer's productivity will increase. Even our DBAs now uses the ETL software to quickly create solutions instead of SSIS or .SQL jobs.

    Daniel Fung
    Solutions Architect

 

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