@Sukrity_Wadhwa That is interesting. Do you know if this will be
possible in AJO?We have several enterprise level clients who are
interested in this feature in ACS and are looking into SendGrid and
other options that can accommodate their needs. I know we had the
capability in ACC.
Hi @anasso83525035 , I do wonder if there is a possibility to use
something else for dynamic code such as a target data field, my end goal
is to enrich the delivery table(broadloag) with an identifier from the
workflow, and I thought Dynamic Segment Code would be a way to do this,
that is if I could make a unique segment code per target
Hi, Anyone knows how to add a dynamic segment code in a transition
without triggering an error in a workflow?I have tried something really
simple like:But I get an SQL insert error in the workflow.-Robert
Hi, I am facing an issue where I want to extract the subject line of an
email sent in a workflow. Is there anyway to do this? I have been
thinking in the lines of extending the delivery log with information
about the targetID and somehow using this to get the subject line that
was used for the sendout. -Robert
Looking very much forward to that feature. We accidently created 2 empty
projects for one customer, that we would like to remove again and we
have several other customers with obsolete Projects that we want to
cleanup and remove.
Hi, I have noticed that when performing a GET request on a custom
resource it returns a LEFT JOIN with the profile so it returns all the
results from both the Custom Resource and the Profile it is linked to.
How do I then make sure I only get the result from the Custom
Resource?I've tried with filters but that doesn't seem to work either,
it still returns as many rows as the number of relations to the profile
table it has. This appears to...
Hi Subrat , Another workaround is to go to jwt.io with your token from
Adobe I/O and your private/public key then set the expiry date to
9999999999 and finally copy the encoded jwt_token to whatever test bed
you are using. Kind regardsRobert
Hi @Ryan_Morales, Thank you so much for the answer, we actually managed
to figure it out by following these 2 links:
As you can see it's the same as the one you mentioned And then this
I managed to do it on a Windows machine using openssl,...