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iStevie
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Remittance Payment amount expression for email subject line.

Post by iStevie » 14 Nov 2013, 12:15

Hi,

I have the following expression generating the subject line of e-mails for my remittances:

"Remittance Advice (Payment Date: " + CString(REMITTANCE.DATE) + " - Ref: " + CString(REMITTANCE.URN) + " - Amount: £" + CString(Sum(Reversed(REMITTANCE.PAYMENT))) + ")"

My intention (for example if sending a remittance for two invoices, one for £100, one for £50, total payment of £150) is to have a subject of:

Remittance Advice (Payment Date: 14/11/2013 00:00:00 - Ref: 0000000 - Amount: £150.00)

however, my expression, using the same example is returning the amount as £100.00? I've reversed it so that the amount doesn't display as a minus and I've summed it so that it displays the total, but I can't figure out why it's only displaying the value of the first item on the remittance instead of the total payment.

Any ideas on what I am doing wrong?

Best regards,
Steve.
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Re: Remittance Payment amount expression for email subject l

Post by brucedenney » 14 Nov 2013, 13:02

The PAYMENT field is not a sum, it is just the one that is present at the time the subject in the email is generated. (Probably the first or the last)
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