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Scripting Insert file

Question asked by hdflsts2002 on Nov 29, 2017
Latest reply on Nov 30, 2017 by schamblee

I have a solution where our stores enter deliveries into the database throughout the day.  Then at a given time our dispatcher clicks a button to send those orders to WorkWave's API for route optimization.  A CSV file is then returned by Workwave and imported back into our database.  This populates the driver field and the expected delivery time.

 

What I am trying to do now is create a PDF for each store which will be emailed to them showing their deliveries for the day, which driver has them and roughly what time they will be delivered.  I also want to save a copy of each of these PDFs so that if I store does not receive it for whatever reason they can log into the DB and download a copy.  I know I can accomplish this by scripting each find/sort, print to PDF, send email and insert PDF to container fields.  What I'd really like to do is write that code once and then simply pass a variable or two for the find and filed to insert the PDF to.

 

The table for the emailed PDFs is EmailedOrders, the container fields are EmailedOrders::Store_1, EmailedOrders::Store_2, EmailedOrders::Store_3 etc.

 

Insert File wants me to actually pick the field name for the target field from the list of fields as does Go To Field

 

I have tried giving each container field an Object name and then using Go to Object but I get an error code 3 command is unavailable (I'm using FMP)

 

I though Set Field By Name might work but can not figure a way to have the value be a file on the local machine.

 

Can anyone think of  a way to do this where I can write the code once and then put it in a loop to run for each store?

 

Thanks in advance for any and all help

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