This is my AMPscript code:


 /*Lookup Quoted__c Object*/
 Set @quoted__cRows = RetrieveSalesforceObjects("Quoted__c", "Id,Trade_Confirmation_URL__c,Trade_Confirmation__c", "Id", "=", @Quoted__c:ID)
 set @Quoted__cRowsCount = rowcount(@Quoted__cRows)

 if @Quoted__cRowsCount > 0 then
   set @tradeConfirmationURL = field(row(@accountRows,1),"Trade_Confirmation_URL__c")

 if @Quoted__cRowsCount > 0 then
   set @tradeConfirmation = field(row(@accountRows,1),"Trade_Confirmation__c")


I have a button that redirects to Trade_Confirmation_URL__c. Here is that code:

<table width="200" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0" align="center">
       <td style="color: #000001; text-align: center; font-size:12px; font-family: 'Lucida Sans Unicode', 'Lucida Grande', sans-serif;" valign="top" align="left">
            <a href="%%=RedirectTo(Quoted__c:Trade_Confirmation_URL__c)=%%" alias="Apple Trade Confirmation Link" target="_blank">
            <img alt="Complete Trade" src="http://image.contact.phobio.com/lib/fe5215707c610d757313/m/1/3afb3e1e-d1dc-480b-a185-4f06cf345dba.png?b=1519762800000" style="display: block;" width="200" height="40" border="0"></a>

I got this error message from Salesforce

-- Error:- ExactTarget.OMM.InvalidFunctionException: The specified attribute or custom object field name was not found for this client. Function Call: RedirectTo(Quoted:Trade_Confirmation_URL__c) Attribute or Field Name: Quoted:Trade_Confirmation_URL__c Error Code: OMM_FUNC_SYNTAX_ERR - from OMMCommon

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    please refrain from asking for help in your posts, especially in the title. it will not help draw more attention nor does it make it more relevant. And so your posts are easier to read, make sure you format them properly =) thanks
    – glls
    Commented Jun 6, 2018 at 22:54
  • sorry about that. Commented Jun 7, 2018 at 0:57

1 Answer 1


You have to reference the variable in your redirect -- the one you set in the first part:

<a href="%%=RedirectTo(@Trade_Confirmation_URL__c)=%%" >
  <img src="http://placekitten.com/200/40">

Are you sure the first part works? Your lookup variable doesn't seem correct. Shouldn't it be just @ID?


var @id, @row, @quotedRowCount, @tradeConfirmationURL
set @id = AttributeValue("Quoted__c:Id")

set @quotedRows = RetrieveSalesforceObjects(
                    , "Id, Trade_Confirmation_URL__c"
                    , "Id", "=", @id)

set @quotedRowCount = rowcount(@quotedRows)

if @quotedRowCount > 0 then

   set @row = row(@quotedRows,1)
   set @tradeConfirmationURL = field(@row,"Trade_Confirmation_URL__c")


  • I wonder why I am getting a Bad Request - Invalid URL HTTP Error 400. The request URL is invalid. Commented Jun 7, 2018 at 2:57
  • so should I remove the "=" and "ID" and just leave the @ID? Commented Jun 7, 2018 at 2:59
  • No, you need that. My point is that I don't think this reference is correct: @Quoted__c:ID . Maybe I'm wrong. You're not showing your entire script, so it's hard to tell. Commented Jun 7, 2018 at 3:51
  • That is the whole script. Commented Jun 7, 2018 at 3:58
  • So what about this answer then? Did you implement what I described? If so then all you should need for your link is %%=RedirectTo(@Trade_Confirmation_URL__c)=%% Commented Jun 7, 2018 at 10:53

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