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Per Waagø

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  1. Hi. I seem to find variating answers to this topic, so here I try again. How do I use a variable to perform a find in a script? I want to use the field contents of the current record to search for similar records. Background: We send a lot of people out to different countries and I want to make a script that makes an excel sheet with various data based on the country field of the current record. Hence, if the current record is going to France, I want to see everybody that we currently have in France etc. However, we have two return dates so I need to do two searches: 1. Country+ departure date <=// + arrival date >=// 2. Country+ departure date <=// + Extended arrival date >=// Is it really true that perform find cannot handle a variable? Hope you can help.
  2. Thank you very much! It work totally fine now!
  3. Hi there! Thank you for your quick answer! I am not sure I totally have made my problem clear. I dont believe I am using a calculation. Right now I have specified the attached file as: filewin://GCteam/Shared Documents/John Smith.pdf Where John Smith in this case is the [name_of_unique_field_from_FM]. That name of course varies from record to record. So are you saying that it is not possible to make the path relative?
  4. Hi Forum! I have a script which sends an email to [current record] . Now I want to attach a PDF to the email automatically using the script. So far I have tried with ... filewin:/$driveLetter/$targetDir/$[name_of_unique_field_from_FM] as variable file path. But nothing is attached when I run the script. I hope you can help.
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