More than one entry in mailto field causing @setfield to run twice?

Posted on 2010-03-24
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Last Modified: 2013-12-18
@SetField("$hiddenjournal";$hiddenjournal+@NewLine+"["+@Text(@Now;"D0")+ "] "+@Name([CN]; @V3UserName)+" sent the following Notification to "+@Name([CN];$hiddenmailto)+@NewLine+$hiddendeletionrequest)

This part of my code below is getting run multiple times if there are multiple names set in the $hiddenmailto field.
Is there anyway I can put the $hiddenmailto into this @setfield formula without it doing this?

Thanks scribla.
@SetField("$hiddenmailto";@PickList( [Name] ));
@SetField("$hiddendeletionrequest"; "");
@SetField($hiddendeletionrequest;@DialogBox("NotifyForm";[AutoHorzFit]:[AutoVertFit]:[OkCancelAtBottom]; "Message/Reason for Notification"));

@If($hiddendeletionrequest="";@Prompt([Ok]; "Notification cancelled"; "Your message cannot be empty");

@MailSend($hiddenmailto;@If(@Prompt([YesNo]; "CC?"; "Would you like to be copied in on this notification?" );@UserName;"");"";@Text("EEB Notification: ")+@Text(EnquiryNumber)+" "+@Text(Clientname);

"Hi "+@NewLine+@NewLine+"You have been sent this Electronic Enquiry Book notification by "+@Text(@Name([CN];@UserName))+" regarding enquiry "+@Text(enquirynumber)+" "+@Text(clientname)+" - "+@Text(scopeofwork)+@NewLine+@NewLine+@Text(@Left(@Name([CN];@UserName);" "))+"'s message: "+@NewLine+@Text($hiddendeletionrequest)+@NewLine+@NewLine+"You can review this enquiry record by clicking the doclink icon below.";"";[IncludeDoclink]);

@Prompt([Ok]; "Success"; @Text("Notification sent to selected recipient(s)")); @Command([FileCloseWindow]))

;@If($CopyNotificationToJournal="Record the notification details in the enquiry journal";

@SetField("$hiddenjournal";$hiddenjournal+@NewLine+"["+@Text(@Now;"D0")+ "] "+@Name([CN]; @V3UserName)+" sent the following Notification to "+@Name([CN];$hiddenmailto)+@NewLine+$hiddendeletionrequest);@IsValid)


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Question by:scribla
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Sjef Bosman earned 2000 total points
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No, the @SetField isn't executed twice, but the string that you generate is twice as long. An implicit @Implode is executed (kind of), so what you have to do is make it explicit.


@SetField("$hiddenjournal";$hiddenjournal+@NewLine+"["+@Text(@Now;"D0")+ "] "+@Name([CN]; @V3UserName)+" sent the following Notification to "+ @Implode(@Name([CN];$hiddenmailto); ",")+@NewLine+$hiddendeletionrequest)

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Fantastic. Many thanks Sjef!

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