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Dynamic Product Listing in Adobe Campaign Classic Transactional Emails

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Hi Team,

 

We have a requirement to list all product details in the email body shared in the ctx payload,

 

the payload is as below

 

<ctx>
                        <orderDetails>
                            <firstName>Shine</firstName>
                            <lastName>vv</lastName>
                            <ctaLink>https://www.test.com </ctaLink>
                            <pickUpDate>28 Aug 2023 </pickUpDate>
                            <pickUpStore>XXYY </pickUpStore>
                            <orderId>TESTORDERID001 </orderId>
                            <subTotal>22001.00 </subTotal>
                            <discount>5000.00 </discount>
                            <tax>1200.00 </tax>
                            <total>20000.00 </total>
                            <advanceId>ADVANCEID001 </advanceId>
                            <advanceAmountPaid>5000.00 </advanceAmountPaid>
                            
                        </orderDetails>
                        <productDetails>
                            <product1>
                                <productName>product1 </productName>
                                <productImageUrl>https://product1.jpg</productImageUrl>
                                <productPrice>18000.00 </productPrice>
                            </product1>
                            <product2>
                                <productName>product2 </productName>
                                <productImageUrl>https://product2.jpg</productImageUrl>
                                <productPrice>18000.00 </productPrice>
                            </product2>
                        </productDetails>
                    </ctx>
 
The required output in the email body is as below :

 

Product 1 
productName : 
productImage :
productPrice :
 
Product 2
productName : 
productImage :
productPrice :
 
Product 3
productName : 
productImage :
productPrice :
 
.
.
.
etc
 
There can be n number of products and all of the products must be displayed in the email. Trying to loop through the xml code like below :
 
<% var ctx = XML(rtEvent.ctx); %>

<% for(var i=1;i <= ctx.productDetails.childNodes.length;i++){%>
<%=escapeXmlStr(ctx["product"+i+".productName"])%> <%=escapeXmlStr(ctx["product"+i+".productImageUrl"])%>
 
<% } %>
 
but i am not getting any out put,
 
Please help me on the same, Thanks in advance.
 
Thanks,
Shine v.v
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Hello Shine, 

 

On your XML, you can't have tags as <product1>... <product2>. It needs to be always just <product>. The correct XML would be:

<ctx>
    <orderDetails>
        <firstName>Shine</firstName>
        <lastName>vv</lastName>
        <ctaLink>https://www.test.com </ctaLink>
        <pickUpDate>28 Aug 2023 </pickUpDate>
        <pickUpStore>XXYY </pickUpStore>
        <orderId>TESTORDERID001 </orderId>
        <subTotal>22001.00 </subTotal>
        <discount>5000.00 </discount>
        <tax>1200.00 </tax>
        <total>20000.00 </total>
        <advanceId>ADVANCEID001 </advanceId>
        <advanceAmountPaid>5000.00 </advanceAmountPaid>
        
    </orderDetails>
    <productDetails>
        <product>
            <productName>product1 </productName>
            <productImageUrl>https://product1.jpg</productImageUrl>
            <productPrice>18000.00 </productPrice>
        </product>
        <product>
            <productName>product2 </productName>
            <productImageUrl>https://product2.jpg</productImageUrl>
            <productPrice>18000.00 </productPrice>
        </product>
    </productDetails>
</ctx>

 

With that in mind, you just need to do a for each loop in the productDetails vector, like such:

 

<% var xml = new XML(rtEvent.ctx); %>

</br>
<% for each (var item in xml.productDetails.product) { %>

productName: <%= item.productName.toString() %>
</br>
productImageUrl: <%= item.productImageUrl.toString() %>
</br>
productPrice: <%= item.productPrice.toString() %>

</br>
</br>
<% } %> 

 

If you need a count or prefer a for loop, the syntax would be:

<% for (var i = 0; i < xml.productDetails.product.length; i++) {%>

productName: <%= xml.productDetails.product[i].productName.toString() %>
</br>
productImageUrl: <%= xml.productDetails.product[i].productImageUrl.toString() %>
</br>
productPrice: <%= xml.productDetails.product[i].productPrice.toString() %>

</br>
</br>

<% } %> 

 

Let me know if that works for you.

Jorge 

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Hello Shine, 

 

On your XML, you can't have tags as <product1>... <product2>. It needs to be always just <product>. The correct XML would be:

<ctx>
    <orderDetails>
        <firstName>Shine</firstName>
        <lastName>vv</lastName>
        <ctaLink>https://www.test.com </ctaLink>
        <pickUpDate>28 Aug 2023 </pickUpDate>
        <pickUpStore>XXYY </pickUpStore>
        <orderId>TESTORDERID001 </orderId>
        <subTotal>22001.00 </subTotal>
        <discount>5000.00 </discount>
        <tax>1200.00 </tax>
        <total>20000.00 </total>
        <advanceId>ADVANCEID001 </advanceId>
        <advanceAmountPaid>5000.00 </advanceAmountPaid>
        
    </orderDetails>
    <productDetails>
        <product>
            <productName>product1 </productName>
            <productImageUrl>https://product1.jpg</productImageUrl>
            <productPrice>18000.00 </productPrice>
        </product>
        <product>
            <productName>product2 </productName>
            <productImageUrl>https://product2.jpg</productImageUrl>
            <productPrice>18000.00 </productPrice>
        </product>
    </productDetails>
</ctx>

 

With that in mind, you just need to do a for each loop in the productDetails vector, like such:

 

<% var xml = new XML(rtEvent.ctx); %>

</br>
<% for each (var item in xml.productDetails.product) { %>

productName: <%= item.productName.toString() %>
</br>
productImageUrl: <%= item.productImageUrl.toString() %>
</br>
productPrice: <%= item.productPrice.toString() %>

</br>
</br>
<% } %> 

 

If you need a count or prefer a for loop, the syntax would be:

<% for (var i = 0; i < xml.productDetails.product.length; i++) {%>

productName: <%= xml.productDetails.product[i].productName.toString() %>
</br>
productImageUrl: <%= xml.productDetails.product[i].productImageUrl.toString() %>
</br>
productPrice: <%= xml.productDetails.product[i].productPrice.toString() %>

</br>
</br>

<% } %> 

 

Let me know if that works for you.

Jorge 

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Level 4

Hi @jorgeferreira ,

 

Thank you so much for your help, it is working fine. 

 

Thanks,

Shine v.v