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pub:smartrouting6 [2020/10/23 13:44]
kkramer [Overview]
pub:smartrouting6 [2020/10/28 11:18]
kkramer [Example 1]
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 =====  Overview ===== =====  Overview =====
-Smart Routing (not to be confused with the optional ​Smart Router ​module) is a set of features in iDocs that permits the automatic routing of merged documents to Email, Fax and/or Print. It is implemented in two basic ways:+Smart Routing (not to be confused with the optional ​[[preprocessor#​the_idocs_smartrouter | iDocs SmartRouter ]] module) is a set of features in iDocs that permits the automatic routing of merged documents to Email, Fax and/or Print. It is implemented in two basic ways:
  
  
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 Sequence 4 has a Destination Out Queue *EMAILPDF which is a reserved destination. *EMAILPDF will trigger iDocs to use Smart Routing. In our example we are using the iMail Address Book (option 3. Work with Users from the iMail menu) to acquire the email destination address; and we are using option 14.Smart Routing on the Form Application to configure the settings to trigger the look up of the email address by using the User Profile of the spool file owner. Sequence 4 has a Destination Out Queue *EMAILPDF which is a reserved destination. *EMAILPDF will trigger iDocs to use Smart Routing. In our example we are using the iMail Address Book (option 3. Work with Users from the iMail menu) to acquire the email destination address; and we are using option 14.Smart Routing on the Form Application to configure the settings to trigger the look up of the email address by using the User Profile of the spool file owner.
- +In our example when Smart Routing is triggered the configuration will use the User Profile (*SPJUSRof the job's spool file as the Key to search the EFLDIST2 (physical file that holds address book information) file in the IDOCS695 and use the email address in field DIEMAILADR corresponding to the User Profile. If no email address is available or a bad email address, then the PCL output will be sent to the Invalid Mail Out Queue BADOUTPUT.
-In our example when Smart Routing is triggered the configuration will use the User Profile (*USRPRF) as the Key to search the EFLDIST2 (physical file that holds address book information) file in the IDOCS695 and use the email address in field DIEMAILADR corresponding to the User Profile. If no email address is available or a bad email address, then the PCL output will be sent to the Invalid Mail Out Queue BADOUTPUT.+
  
 In the Email Address Book we tie in the User Profile with the email address information by filling in the User Profile parameter in the address book record as shown in the example. In the Email Address Book we tie in the User Profile with the email address information by filling in the User Profile parameter in the address book record as shown in the example.
  
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 ==== Example 2 ==== ==== Example 2 ====
pub/smartrouting6.txt · Last modified: 2020/10/28 11:23 by kkramer