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Re: Leveraging variables calculated in content block in Email Body - Adobe Campaign Standard 13-06-2022
Turns out, you can do exactly that. Do the calculations in the content block. Include the content block in the body of the email, and use <% document.write(); %> to render the variables in the email

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Re: Can i build a new audience with transfer file? or does the file structure need to exist first? - Adobe Campaign Standard 09-06-2022
Hi @mm35,Yes, you will need to define the columns in the load file so the data from the file can be loaded into the workflow temporary table. I suspect when you used the direct file load, you used the load file activity and used the automatically configured file structure and column definitions. If your existing files match that structure and column definition, you can connect your download file activity to that load file activity, just make sure to check "use the file specified in the inbound t...

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Re: Leveraging variables calculated in content block in Email Body - Adobe Campaign Standard 09-06-2022
Hi @Denis_Bozonnet,Thank you for replying. Yes, I have similar code in a content block already. But do you know if you are able to write the code for all three formats, and call the variable in the Email body. For example:in content block--var sDay = formatDate(utcTime, "%Al", "America/Chicago");var sDate = formatDate(utcTime, "%D %B %4Y", "America/Chicago");in Email code<% document.write(sDay); %><% document.write(sDate); %>after including the content block somewhere in the email of course? Tha...

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Leveraging variables calculated in content block in Email Body - Adobe Campaign Standard 08-06-2022
Hi all,Context:Transactional email through Message Center needing values calculated, mainly for date formatting purposes. There are multiple places where this is needed and in different formats.Question:Can all the variables be defined in a single content block and called in the body of the Email like in Adobe Campaign, e.g., <%= variable_name %>? Or do you have to create a content block for each instance?Example: The bold text below needs to be reformatted from a single attribute from the paylo...

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