2 Replies Latest reply: Jul 6, 2017 12:40 PM by Bill Markham RSS

    Qlik Notification Connector-Line break

    Rodrigo Castro

      Hi Everyone

       

      I want to know how send an e-mail with Qlik Notification Connector (Sense) using line breaks

       

      Thanks and Regards

        • Re: Qlik Notification Connector-Line break
          Rodrigo Castro

          Sorry to bother but I found the solution myself.

           

          I'd like to say it for someone else. You must select the HTML mode and for the line break % 3cbr +% 2f% 3e% 0a"

           

          I tried it only in Legacy Mode.

           

          Best Regards

            • Re: Qlik Notification Connector-Line break
              Bill Markham

              As an aside to an old thread, you can create a file called say c:\Billl\Bill.txt containing html like this :

               

              <style>

              body {font-family: Arial;}

              th {text-align: left;}

              th, td {padding-left: 15px;}

              </style>

              <body>

              <table>

                <tr>

                  <th>Firstname</th>

                  <th>Lastname</th>

                  <th>Age</th>

                </tr>

                <tr>

                  <td>Bill</td>

                  <td>Smith</td>

                  <td>50</td>

                </tr>

                <tr>

                  <td>Steve</td>

                  <td>Packson</td>

                  <td>94</td>

                </tr>

              </table>

              </body>

               

              Then embed the contents of the file as the message text with this :

               

                   @file=C:\Bill\Bill.txt

               

               

              I should be able to create and store a similar file in my Qlik Load script containing the actual Qlik data plus the html tags.

               

              But that is a tomorrow thing as it is hot here, but luckily now beer o'clock time - so I am going to crack open a cold one.