I need some help on what I think is an easy issue.
I have a tSendMail component and I'm trying to write the object of the e-mail as follows: "[EXTERNAL] Attached csv files".
The problem is that when i receive the e-mail the object is the following: "Attached csv files".
The text contained between the brackets disappear, is it normal?
I need to write it in that way and I cannot change the brackets to round brackets.
Could you Help me?
The problem seems related only to this Job....
I've created a separate job to execute on my local machine (the other job is executed on an external server) and here there is no problem if I write in the object "[EXTERNAL] Attached Csv files"....
Do you have any idea on how can I proceed to solve this problem?
the one where I receive the error is Windows Server 2008 R2 and the one that works is Windows 10.
The other difference is that the job executed on the server is executed via command line, and the one executed locally is executed directly from Talend.
The job are created from the same version of Talend that is Talend Open Studio for Data Integration 6.4.
I did some other test and I discovered that this problem happens only when I execute the job from the command line on the server....
If I execute the same job from the command line on my local machine it works fine.
Do you have some idea?
I've added a t_java component and checked how is passed inside the job the object of the email... The object is passed in the right way with the square brackets, so as you said it seems that the problem is on the mail server... The strange thing is that if I write the object as this "[^EXTERNAL^] Attached Files" the E-mail arrives with the same object, but if I write the object as this "[EXTERNAL] Attached Files" the mail arrive with the object "Attached Files"....
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