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Re: Questions related to Adobe MC - Adobe Campaign 10-01-2021
you can put the subject and the body on the ctx variable and pass it via SOAP API. In the template you just put the variables and the values will be filled via API .

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Re: How to send a pdf attachment to the Transactional emails - Adobe Campaign 09-07-2020
Hello @bsudabathula To add an email attachment to a transactional message, follow the steps below:1.You can send emails via a SOAP message trigger. In the SOAP call, there is a URL parameter (attachmentURL).2.When designing your email, click Attachment .In the Attachment definition screen, enter the SOAP attachment parameter:<%= rtEvent.ctx.attachementUrl %>3.When the message is processed, the system will get the file from the remote location (third-party server) and attach it to the individual ...

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Re: Adobe MC RT instance connection issue - Adobe Campaign 07-05-2020
Hi,First test whether credentials are working fine or not.Login using credentials provided by Adobe in URL:https:///nl/jsp/logon.jsp If it allows you to login, without error of 'Invalid Login/Password', then credentials provided are correct.Now, follow along steps:1) Download WSDL for generating session Token using URL:https:///nl/jsp/schemawsdl.jsp?schema=xtk:sessionUse Logon Request page to generate sessionToken for API call to Adobe Campaign2) Download WSDL for generating RT Event Trigger usi...

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