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Message ID as the subject line of alert mail??

Hi all;

Can any one tell me that how to change the subject line of the alert mail trigerred fron the BPM.

Presently we are getting the subject line as the Process ID.Can we get the message ID as the subject line .

Mudit

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  • Posted on Oct 16, 2006 at 05:39 AM

    Ref this link for the possible container variables

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/d0/d4b54020c6792ae10000000a155106/content.htm

    <b>SXMS_MSG_GUID - SXMSMGUIDC - Message ID</b>

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    • Former Member Shabarish V Nair

      Hi

      I have implemented the same. I have used container variables and used it in the Title of my AlertMessage.Store the Message Id after the receive step of BPM. Pass this value to the Function that triggers the Alert from Transformation step. We have a RFC SCREATE_ALERT that is used to set container values.

      With Dynamic Text, i feel it always gives the processId.You can have MessageId in Alert Long text.Store the MessageID in a container element of BPM and use it in the control step message text : &message_id&. Dont forget to check the Dynamic Text in the properties of ur AlertCategory.

      Hope this gives u an idea.

      Regards

      DhanyaR Nair

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