I try to attach multiple documents from a doc library into an email using Send Notification Action.
Based on documentation, I should be able to
Allows file attachments to be added to the notification. You can specify multiple URLs by separating each URL with a semicolon. You can also specify multiple URLs by referencing a collection variable.
Here is what I did
I tried to concatenate multiple URLs using both simple text variable and Collection variable.
it only worked when there is only one document to attach.
can anyone help me on this? I attached the workflow as well.
You can concatenate the attachments URL's to one multiline variable delimited by semicolon and use that variable in the attachment url.
single line text variable will not hold all the concatenations. Make sure the URL's for the attachments are correct.
I am facing the same problem. The semicolon delimited does not seem to work.
- my variable contents are (without the double quotes):
and both files exist when i navigate tto them. Any idea?
It seems the URL is not properly constructed. The list name is not identified in the url, use the property to get list name instead of typing the list name .
Hope it helps,
I am not constructing/typing the url at all,i process items in a list and concatenate any attachments found in a list item. The path is intact.
maybe it displays a bit funny in my post above because there is a space present in the list name and the forum thinks it is the end of the url path
Hope you have already tried the url pasting it in a browser to open the file. If the file is opening, then I have no idea what is going on.
It worked for me.
The trick here is to plug your collection value into a multiple line variable then remove the last semicolon and your attachments will be there. I'm not sure if this is a big in Nintex or what but it drove me crazy for about 2 days before I figured it out.
Well, this works only if you got one attachment. It works for me as well. The problem(for me) is that as soon as you put a semicolon in the multiple line variable (even after removing the last semicolon), the notification doesn't attach the files.
Are you passing a collection or a multiple line variable? It could be that you'reusing a single line and exceeding the default 255 character length.