cfdocument format=”pdf” name=”mydoc”> cfdocument> cfmail from=”[email protected]” to=”[email protected] “. I want to create a PDF (simple enough using cfdocument) but then I would like to cfmail to=”[email protected]” from=”[email protected]”. I create my PDF from the form input using the cfdocument tag. cfmail to=” [email protected]” from=”##” subject=”Order.
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If i understand your question correctly. First, if you can do this using just CF7 natively provided the file lives on disk: Shown in a great example by Ben Nadel here: You solution worked like a charm!
The embedded image was not displayed when I cffmail this code. But, what we really want is to cfkail them an email that is an invitation that they could accept or decline. Taking your example I’m trying to create a mail with an ICS attachment, so that the recipient can acknowledge or decline the invitation. The pdf renders when the name is removed, it does not render when the name is present.
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Joost van der Drift. This method also completely bypasses the CF mail spool. It is the name of the variable in which the PDF is cfdocumnet. Any ideas from anyone?
Thank you for the info! See the documentation for more information I cfmsil its the cfmailparam tag that the functionality was tied to, but can’t recall off the top of my head. I commented a long time ago on your post about sending in-memory binary data using the Java mail API, but that post went pretty high over my head: Should it be able to do that without external programs?
Home Sitemap About Contact. Ben Doom 7, 1 23 In my experience, relative paths are problematic, so it’s best to use absolute paths. Only one minor tweak I had to do was replace the binaryEncode content with ToBase64 content because the other threw an error when it encountered a single quote in the content.
Dan, Got it working using your code above and cfdoocument works beautifully.! This one, however, looks super straight forward.
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So, I thought I’d re-do my original example using Jon’s technique in this post—just so you can see an example of both methods. Thanks for your quick reply and hopefully this helps someone out after I spent a while searching for something that I felt would have been a grand omission in CF8 in light of all the new PDF capabilities.
The pdf does not need to render on screen, but cfail testing purposes, we could let it render on the screen to know if the image cfdocumsnt loaded or not, by either naming or not naming the cfdocument.
I got this code to email me a PDF of my list of fields, but it is not filling in the data from my form. I am using Version 7 now but soon to get v8. Thanks for showing this demo. How do I alter your code above to use my PDF instead of the other attachments you hard-coded in? Dan you said “Also, the CF8. See this blog post for details: The answer is there I suppose that cfcontent is ideal So, inside cfdocument, I do this: KobbyPemson 2, 1 13 Once again, many many thanks!
If using CF7’s native solution is going to cause you problems, then you really want to use the Javamail API over this solution–as it’ll produce valid messages per the spec. I was amazed at how simple and clean the code ran and delivered the two PDF reports as attachments to my Outlook email Inbox!
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I am going to try it. If it is need be, the pdf can get stored in the hdd, get attached, emailed, then deleted, but would opt for it not to get stored in the hdd. Post as a guest Name.