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My scenario is that I have table request in WF that gets its data from an Excel sheet. I need to output the data back into Excel with the changes the request makes to it. The only catch is I need to distribute via a dynamic distribution list wherein each file attachment has the store number in the file name. So, if Billy Bob Joe gets several attachments in one email to in turn disperse to others he's in charge of, he needs to be able to uniquely identify each attachment by store number to do so.
In the table request I have I've tried something like the following with no luck:
TABLE FILE sheetName
ON TABLE PCHOLD AS "Exp_Drug_Credits for <STORE_NUMBER" FORMAT EXL2K
Does anyone know of a way to grab a value from a request and make it available in the output's desired file name?
Thanks in advance!This message has been edited. Last edited by: CoolGuy,
8.2.02M (production), 8.2.02M (test), Windows 10, all outputs.
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