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simmy's picture

I have registered my application at imh.s6.exacttarget.com

It was working fine till noon but now the error is comming when I am trying to run my application

500 - Internal server error.There is a problem with the resource you are looking for, and it cannot be displayed.

why it is occuring . Can you please help me out.

500 - Internal server error. There is a problem with the resource you are looking for, and it cannot be displayed.

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David Agnew's picture

Is it possible to create a triggered send where you can specify a temporary variable/container in the message which you can pass content to - which can be manipulated in the message?  An example would be passing xml in the temp variable which would then be manipulated in the email. i.e.

 

These wouldn't be defined as Profile or DE attributes - but in the scope of the Triggered message Send only.

 

Triggered Send - Message variables

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Arvind Raman's picture

Q: If you have a data extension with subscriber data and a pipe-delimited, how do I split the pipe-delimited values into different rows?

Note:

The ExactTarget Query activity uses standard T-SQL syntax. The key thing to note is that it is a set based SQL whereby the output of your select statement should give you the result set. (So you cannot use cursors, temp tables etc). In this post, I will outline how you can structure the SQL needed to fit within the Query Activity framework.

Coment:

ET Query Activity: How do I split a pipe-delimited list for a subscriber into different rows?

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timmyb84's picture

When I run this code:

 

var framework = GetSoapClient();

            var sub = new Subscriber {EmailAddress = emailAddress, SubscriberKey = subscriberKey};

            String requestID;
            String status;
            var cresults = framework.Create(new CreateOptions(), new APIObject[] { sub }, out requestID, out status);

The remote server returned an unexpected response: (405) Method Not Allowed.

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Sam.Souhrada's picture

Has anyone created a Javascript validation function using the Regex string provided by ET on this page?

http://base/The_Product_Bible/030_Developer_Documentation/020_Web_Service_Guide/Technical_Articles/Using_Regular_Expressions_to_Validate_Email_Addresses

 

I can't just copy/paste that into a JS Regex check as it is has single quotes that break the syntax:

 

Client-side JavaScript email validation using Regex