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User Decision Note via UWL vs SBWP

G'day all,

If you use the 'Mandatory Justification' option on a User Decision, that comment is loaded into a specific container element called 'Decision_Note'.

If you use the XML configuration option of "<Property name="UserDecisionNote" value="mandatory"/>" then that comment is just loaded into _Attach_Objects

Is there any way to control where the comment ends up via UWL? My problem is that within the process I've already potentially got things in _Attach_Objects but these are purely internal documents, and I need the Rejection comment attached to an email sent out to a Vendor.

If it has to end up in _Attach_Objects is there a clever way to pull out the latest entry?

Many thanks,
Mark

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  • Posted on Aug 21, 2013 at 06:35 AM

    Hello Mark !

    You've stated as follows:

    I need the Rejection comment attached to an email sent out to a Vendor.

    Is that you want to send the rejection comment in e-mail ?

    Regards,

    S.Suresh.

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    Posted on Oct 21, 2015 at 12:08 PM

    Hi Mark,

    did you manage to solve this issue? I'm facing the same problem.

    I think i need to copy the decision-note from _Attach_Objects into DECISION_NOTE of E-Mail Task. Somehow, I need to ensure that this information appears in this E-Mail Task, no matter if if comes from UWL (_Attach_Objects) or SBWP (DECISION_NOTE).

    Regards

    Matthias

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