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I have a Text Constant written as below<As Originator:<ul><BR>Purchase Order: %1<BR> Supplier: %2<BR> Description: %3<BR> Rejected By: %4<BR> Reason: %5<BR>Value(Exc. VAT): %6</ul>
My function is written as below to output this into an email.EXIT(STRSUBSTNO(LtxtConst1112,VrecALE."Header No.",LtxtVendor,VrecALE."Document Type Description",VrecALE."Cancelled by", VrecALE."Rejection Reason",DecimalToText(VrecALE."Approval Value")));
The output in my email however looks like below
The "As originator is meant to be the top line and indented in front of this. Why isn't this showing? No other modifications to the text are made.
you have to remove < before As Originator
Remove the '<' on the first character, before the "As originator".
Since this is HTML, you can use the following link to test your html code.
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