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i have already done some codes check the codes below and tel me what's wrong in this

public PageReference send()
{
  List<Contact> accounts=[SELECT Email,id FROM Contact WHERE AccountId ='001i000000g7erl'];
  List<Id> emailid=new list<Id>();  
  for(Contact mail: accounts)
    {
        emailid.add(mail.Id);

    }
     List<Brand__c> notes = [SELECT Name__c,(SELECT CreatedBy.Name,Title,Body FROM Notes)FROM Brand__c Where Id='a0di0000003EkAU'];
     List<String> note=new list<String>();
     for(Brand__C no:notes)
     {
         note.add(no.Id);
         note.add(no.Id);
     }

    //String[]address=new String[] {'note'};  
    Messaging.MassEmailMessage emails = new Messaging.MassEmailMessage();
    emails.setTargetObjectIds(emailid);
    emails.setTemplateId('00Xi0000000J9hx');
    emails.SaveAsActivity=(false);
    emails.setsubject('notes');
    emails.setBody(notes.Body);
    Messaging.sendEmail(new Messaging.MassEmailMessage[] {emails});
    return null;
}
}

my custom object name is brand and i want o fetch the notes and attachment of tat object in this code i have fetch the contact email and i want to fetch the notes and attachment title and body if in this code im getting error like this

Initial term of field expression must be a concrete SObject: LIST at line 31 column 20 if any one know this pls help me in this

  • Which line in this method refers to line 31? There's less than 30 lines provided. – jonnybro Mar 26 '14 at 7:02
  • eamils.setBody(notes.Body) this is the line im getting error – user7538 Mar 26 '14 at 7:54
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Your variable notes is a list of Body__c objects (containing one item only). Each entry in that list also has a list of Node objects in a variable called Notes. (See e.g. Relationship Queries.)

So to loop over the zero or more notes you need something like this:

Messaging.MassEmailMessage[] emails = new Messaging.MassEmailMessage[] {};
for (Note n : notes[0].Notes) {
    Messaging.MassEmailMessage email = new Messaging.MassEmailMessage();
    email.setBody(n.Body);
    ...
    emails.add(email);
}
Messaging.sendEmail(emails);

You should probably rename your variables to make the code clearer.

PS

As it doesn't look like and values from Brand__c are used, the simpler solution is to just query the Note object directly like this:

Id brandId = 'a0di0000003EkAU';
for (Note n : [
        select CreatedBy.Name,Title,Body
        from Note
        where ParentId = :brandId
        ]) {
    ... 
}

A similar query can be done for Attachment too.

  • it doesnt work is showing error like variable doesnt exist – user7538 Mar 26 '14 at 9:28
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    @user7538 You are best placed to figure out errors like that as you will also have been given a line number and you have the full current source code. – Keith C Mar 26 '14 at 9:58
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Your naming of variables makes this code very confusing.

email.setBody(notes.Body) notes is a List<Brand__c> so it won't have a Body field. You'll want to do notes[0] to get the Brand__c sObject, even then you're getting a list of Note objects as part of your Brand__C sObject so you'll need to either

  1. Get the Body of the first Note notes[0].Notes[0].Body <-- this assumes at least 1 Note was returned.
  2. Loop through all the Notes that were returned and collect all the body information

l

String bodies = '';
for(Note n : notes[0].Notes){
    n.Body + ' \n ';
}

Also, you are only getting the Notes child object, your code does not get the Attachment child object.

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