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Re: How to access values stored outside "Direct mail delivery"?
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david_dz_zhang
- Adobe Campaign Classic
Just tried, and got below error message:"The delivery has failedXSV-350122 An error occurred and the process has been stopped. SOP-330011 Error while executing the method 'PrepareTargetImpl' of service 'nms:delivery'. DLV-490017 Error while computing the output file name. SCR-160012 JavaScript: error while evaluating script 'outputScript'. JST-310000 Error while compiling script 'outputScript' line 3: vars is not defined."Thanks,David Zhang

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Re: How to access values stored outside "Direct mail delivery"?
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david_dz_zhang
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Not really, as what I wanted is a saved timestamp (in vars) when running a component, during the workflow run.Anyway, currently I'm planning to address it in this way: create a fixed-name file (e.g. ABC.csv), then after it's done, use another JavaScript module to rename it to whatever I needed right away.Thanks,David Zhang

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Re: How to access values stored outside "Direct mail delivery"?
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david_dz_zhang
- Adobe Campaign Classic
Hi Pulkit,Thank for your response.But if that means I need to create a dedicated column in target dimension to hold up the value, then I would rather treat it as a workaround: I could have 200 - 600 records in target dimension, in which case I may need to run a query to update all of them...Thank,David Zhang

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How to access values stored outside "Direct mail delivery"?
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david_dz_zhang
- Adobe Campaign Classic
Does anyone know how to access values stored outside "Direct mail delivery"? I wanted to create a dynamic filename (as shown in below screenshot), based on timestamp happened before this component. I tried to access a variable defined in a js file that was loaded in loadLibrary(XXX.js), but it didn't recognize the variable; also tried to visit instance.vars.XXX, but still with no luck... Any solution for this?

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Javascript in adobe doesn't seem to support setTimeout, any solution?
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david_dz_zhang
- Adobe Campaign Standard
As decribed in title, I got this error message: 19/08/2019 12:51:51 JST-310000 Error while compiling script 'SWKF2189/js4' line 17: setTimeout is not defined.Any solution?Thanks,David Zhang

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