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SQL Integraton Services 2005 SMTP email - how do I put a variable in the subject line
I have a 2005 SSIS package that sends email based upon the value of a database field. The package runs to completion. I would like to construct a Subject field based upon some variables.
Subject: @CustomerID, @OrderID
where @CustomerID and @OrderID are variables.
I don't see a way to construct a subject line. Is it possible?
Microsoft SQL Server
Microsoft SQL Server 2005
8/22/2022 - Mon
Please try code as provided:
DECLARE @emailSubject varchar(250)
SET @emailSubject = '' + convert(varchar(10), @CustomerID) +', '+ convert(varchar(10), @OrderID) +''
Where do I put that code? Do I create an expression?
I don't see anywhere in the Subject line that it will accept input from SQL code or a variable, unlike the message body - I can use an expression there.
would you be able to provide sample or reference of your code.
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