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Email Task in Informatica

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Is there a way of sending a text version of your changes to a mapping on an email task? I have mapping that would make approximately 10 changes to a table. As this mapping finishes, I want to use the email task to send the recipient a list of changes that were made.

Is that possible? (If not, is the next best solution outputting these changes to a .txt or flat file, and sending that to the recipient?) Either way, can someone provide detailed instructions on how to accomplish this task? I just want to know the changes made in an email form.

Thank you

posted Aug 18, 2014 by Sunil

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Create a mapping to load the results of this query into a flat file or an Excel spreadsheet. Then email the target file as an attachment.

answer Aug 19, 2014 by Shweta Singh
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