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Format Email body, place attached file at the end of te body text

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I have an automated task, that executes a query and the results are saved in a excel file. I am using a a XML file for formatting the text in the email body, when the task runs the the excel file is located above the email body text. I want to place the excel file after the email body. What is the option to ensure the attached excel file is located at the end of the body text?

I’m not quite sure I understand what you’re trying to accomplish. Are you saying that you want to include the contents of the Excel file with the results at the end of the email body in addition to having this excel file as an attachment?

Thanks,

Igor.

Attachments are not part of a message body. It is up to the email client to where in the UI it will show that you have attachments. In Outlook it is usually at the top and in GMail it is at the bottom just as an example.

Old versions of Outlook used to allow you to position the attachments inside the email but even Microsoft stopped doing this a couple of years ago…

There are a few simple techniques of embedding result sets into the body of an email. Not sure if these will help.

In this video it shows how to embed a file who’s output is html.

http://www.toadworld.com/products/toad-data-point/m/media-library/599.aspx

In this video I embed a csv file in the middle of text file that is then used as body of email.

http://www.toadworld.com/products/toad-data-point/m/media-library/591.aspx

Debbie

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Attachments are not part of a message body. It is up to the email client to where in the UI it will show that you have attachments. In Outlook it is usually at the top and in GMail it is at
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Old versions of Outlook used to allow you to position the attachments inside the email but even Microsoft stopped doing this a couple of years ago…

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