Description - I've had to run bootcamp on my Mac for years just so I can
run Adobe Campaign Classic, everyone else is using Macs and I'm using a
Mac running windows.Why is this feature important to you - It's annoying
to have to jump back and forth between Windows for Adobe and Mac for
everything else I doHow would you like the feature to work - I'd like to
be able to install the ACC client on my Mac and run it on their OS
instead of Windows.Current Behaviour - I can not install ACC on my Mac
For me the instructor led training was almost useless when I sat down
with my organization's instance which had customized every aspect of
Adobe Campaign leaving all the out of the box features off the table.
While it is nice to a have that flexibility it is completely more
challenging to come into that environment with only text book training.
I've had that experience with every instance of Adobe Campaign Classic
that I've encountered they are all unique in their design in ways that
require a d...
Cool thanks! In case anyone else has a similar question the format of
the JS that worked to get my workflow name as my file name was this.
vars.fileName=instance.label + "_" + formatDate(new Date(),"%4Y%2M%2D")
Have you tried opening the CSV file after it's transferred with a text
editor instead of Excel... Excel will drop leading zeros if you open a
CSV file no matter what you format the fields as unless you open Excel
and then import the file and set the column to text instead of General.
Your process is working the issue is how you are reviewing the data. If
the end user of the data is opening the file in Excel and saying there
is an issue you may just need to train them on how to open CSV in Excel
I created this in the step before the the output tool and it will pick
up the file name I put there but I have to manually enter it. I want it
to pickup the workflow name automatically so I don't have to edit that
step. vars.fileName="WorkFlowName" + "_" + formatDate(new
Date(),"%4Y%2M%2D") + ".txt"; I tried this:vars.fileName=<%=
vars.workflowName %> + "_" + formatDate(new Date(),"%4Y%2M%2D") +
".txt"; which works in my Alert step but generates undefined in the file
name. And this:vars.fileName...