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Email send to SAPoffice inbox by KRML(credit processing)


Output type KRML can send a email to SAPoffice inbox for credit blocked order.

I would like to know if I can add some attachment through the mail.

if yes, how can I?

Many Thanks


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    Posted on Jul 02, 2007 at 07:21 AM

    Hi Jean,

    This is possible, but really need to take the help of the devpt guy on this.

    You can populate the attachment as a text in one of the texts of sales order, and you can write a reqmt that these texts will be updated only if the sales order is blocked for credit reasons.

    In the code , you can just copy this text, create another document with this text, and send that document as an attachment in the email.

    And this is very much possible and mostly used functionality. Pls talk to your tech consultant and your basis consultant for the email settings.

    Rwd point if it helps.

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    • Hi iimnava,

      Thank you very much for your kind help.

      Temporarily, I rewarded 6 points to you. After it realize, I will reward you with 10. 😊

      I will explain you with my detail requirement.

      I need to send the email with attachment when I save the credit hold sales order.

      Now output type KRML has been set to send mail to the SAP inbox when saving the order(I don't want to use SAP-SBWP).

      But the problem is that I don't how to add the attachment with this email send by KRML.

      If you have some code example, could you please also send to me?

      In addition, the content in the attachement can not be maintained in the text id, the information has to be retrieved by function module.

      Many Thanks


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      Jean Chang

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