Links to the file Attachments in Email notifications
Most often, managers in my company use e-mail to approve review activities. Often applications have attachments, but information about them was not reflected in the e-mails. So they asked me to add this information. When I pondered this problem, I initially planned to simply collect information about attachments. My logic was this: the manager will see that the request has attachments and after that will follow the link and open this request in the browser. But it was not very convenient. After the transition to the form you had to find the desired section, focus on the attachment and click the open button. So I decided that it would be best to make a direct link to the attachment. Perhaps for many of you this will seem very simple and obvious. Probably, so it is, but initially I thought that attachments are stored in the database and pulled out of it by some tricky function. I was looking for this information here on the forum, but did not even find any mention of it. I analyzed the source code, and was very surprised at how much it turned out.In order to get to the attachment you just need to use the link <PortalURL>/FileAttachment/ViewFile/<Attachment.BaseID>Well, then everything is quite simple. You can add this link in the e-mail template designer. For my taste it does not look very nice. Therefore, I extended the service request class and added a special HTML attachment property. A special workflow fills this property using the correct layout and after that I added it to the template.I hope that my experience can be useful!