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I have this trigger that takes the table data from Log_Transactions and Entryaceess and sends out email alerts.  I'm having issues with the table format on the email body, the entire record is crammed into one field.  see attached Screencast that shows the email.

The trigger code:

set ANSI_NULLS ON
set QUOTED_IDENTIFIER ON
go


ALTER trigger [checkinemail] on [INCIDENTTRAX].[dbo].[Log_Transactions]
after insert as
begin

DECLARE @xml nvarchar(MAX)
DECLARE @body nvarchar(MAX)
DECLARE @useremail as nvarchar(100)


SELECT @useremail=e.notifyemail FROM EntryAccess e, inserted i WHERE e.userid=i.hostuserid

SET @xml =CAST(( select FirstName as 'td', LastName as 'td', HostUserId as 'td', CredentialId as 'td', [Description] as 'td', dtDate as 'td', ReaderName as 'td', IncidentID as 'td' FROM inserted FOR XML PATH('tr'), ELEMENTS ) AS NVARCHAR(MAX))

SET @body ='<html><H1>INCIDENTTRAX WST, NYC, WST</H1><body bgcolor=yellow><table border = 2><tr><th>FirstName</th><th>LastName</th><th>HostUserId</th><th>CredentialId</th><th>Description</th><th>dtDate</th><th>ReaderName</th><th>IncidentID</th></tr>'
SET @body = @body + @xml +'</table></body></html>'

EXEC msdb.dbo.sp_send_dbmail

@recipients =@useremail,
@body = @body,
@body_format ='HTML',
@subject ='INCIDENTTRAX ALERT!',
@profile_name ='INCIDENTTRAX'

end jtequia-410357.flv
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can you post an example of how the XML variable value looks like?
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See attached Sample output
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add a print statement in your triggegr
i want to see the html code that is genrated
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Anthony Perkins earned 250 total points
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Just do this:
SET @xml =CAST((SELECT TOP 10 FirstName as 'td', LastName as 'td', HostUserId as 'td', CredentialId as 'td', [Description] as 'td', dtDate as 'td', ReaderName as 'td', IncidentID as 'td' FROM [INCIDENTTRAX].[dbo].[Log_Transactions] FOR XML PATH('tr'), ELEMENTS ) AS NVARCHAR(MAX))

PRINT @Xml

And you will see the problem immediately.
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by:Anthony Perkins
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In other words, if you run that from a query window (outside the Trigger) you should see the problem.
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