August 7, 2013
The Message Reprocessing non-persistent attribute ERRORDATA is based on a corresponding file in folder \MeaGlobalDir\error\. Whenever a MIF error occurs I've configured a communication template to send an e-mail with the value of ERRDATA, i.e. the content of the message. All fine.
I'm trying a similar approach for the Message Tracking attribute ORIGMSG. It's also non-persistent and based on files in folder \MeaGlobalDir\txndata\ (when message tracking is enabled).
Unfortunately the value of ORIGMSG is not displayed when using a communication template.
I'm wondering what's causing the difference, and the best approach to get it working ?
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