[EP-tech] Adding a pin to a subject line using User->Mail
Vials Moore, Adam
Adam.Moore at liverpool.ac.uk
Thu Apr 21 15:14:28 BST 2016
Thanks – that puts in the value BUT then complains that the phrase is undefined – the difference between USER::Mail and send_mail being, as far as I can see, that user->mail expects ONLY a reference to a phrase in the subject, whereas send_mail expects a UTF8 string
So, the subject when it arrives now looks like this:
[" [Action Required] New thesis upload by your supervisee (Ref 3000014) " not defined]
Which, as far as I can understand, is a complaint that the phrase defined by the string above doesn’t exist . . .
I’ve updated the code in line with your suggestions otherwise . . .
The complaint in the log would back this up
[uolrepo] Undefined phrase: [Action Required] New thesis upload by your supervisee (Ref 3000014) (en) at line 124 in (eval 4489)
Or have I missed something?
From: eprints-tech-bounces at ecs.soton.ac.uk [mailto:eprints-tech-bounces at ecs.soton.ac.uk] On Behalf Of John Salter
Sent: 21 April 2016 13:50
To: eprints-tech at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Subject: Re: [EP-tech] Adding a pin to a subject line using User->Mail
You can use a phrase with pins – but need to make sure you’re using a chunk of text rather than an XML fragment (possibly using the ‘phrase’ rather than ‘html_phrase’)
eprintid => $eprintid,
If you want to use other data, that’s already rendered you might need to ‘flatten’ it to use it:
users_name => EPrints::Utils::tree_to_utf8( $users_name ),
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Sent: 21 April 2016 13:26
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Subject: [EP-tech] Adding a pin to a subject line using User->Mail
I’m trying to send an email notification about an item using the user->mail method
This uses a phrase as the subject HOWEVER I’d really like to set the eprintid and I can’t figure out a way to define it, as the method seems only to allow the phrase as part of the call
So – at the moment it looks like:
my $result = $user->mail( "eprint_thesis_notify_mail_subject", $mail );
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