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AMPscript is a proprietary scripting language for Salesforce Marketing Cloud products that you can embed within HTML emails, text emails, landing pages and SMS messages to control the content that is displayed to the individual consumer. It also provides functionality to track impressions and highlight which content areas get the most attention from the viewer.

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LookupRows ampscript function in order to do a lookup in an external data extension for additional data at send time. …
answered Jun 25 '19 by Jason Hanshaw
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I'm a bit confused, if you don't want the user to ever be directed to the profile center url, then why are you using it as a fallback unsub url in your code for all SubscriberKey's beginning with "005 …
answered Jun 17 '19 by Jason Hanshaw
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You need to concatenate your parameters onto the URL and then call the entire URL in RedirectTo. So something like this: %%[ SET @apt_alt_1_image = Pre_Platform_Inquiry__c:First_Apartment_Alt …
answered May 7 '19 by Jason Hanshaw
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You aren't going to have much luck checking the type with ampscript (or converting string to int without a hacky workaround if at all). Can you just pass that ampscript variable into SSJS to … determine type and format the value there (or pass back to ampscript to format there)? You can get and set the value with: Platform.Variable.GetValue("@tracking_number"); Platform.Variable.SetValue …
answered May 9 '19 by Jason Hanshaw
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frustrating to debug. At first glance, your ampscript looks fine to me so I'm guessing it's related to the VAWP itself and not your pulling it into the email. …
answered Jun 3 '19 by Jason Hanshaw
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When you are using Salesforce data (or any data that has field names including characters such as ":") you need wrap your attribute call in brackets. So your variable declaration should be: set @orde …
answered Jun 14 '19 by Jason Hanshaw
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you can get a specific (i.e. more helpful) error indicator from SFMC. <script runat="server"> Platform.Load("Core","1.1") ; try { </script> /** YOUR AMPSCRIPT HERE **/ <script runat="server"> Platform.Load("Core","1.1") ; } catch(e) { Write(Stringify(e)); } </script> …
answered Jul 16 '19 by Jason Hanshaw
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has increased dramatically (1000+) and I'm looking for an easy way to dynamically display them on the microsite. Is it possible, using ampscript or SSJS, to retrieve all content areas for a specific … folder and not globally? I've got the code to do this with ampscript globally now but it has started to time out due to the large number of content areas. …
asked Jan 2 '18 by Jason Hanshaw
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It turns out it was much easier to solve than I had thought. Just had to filter by Category ID. SET @fs = CreateObject("SimpleFilterPart") SetObjectProperty(@fs, "Property", "CategoryID") SetObjec …
answered Jan 2 '18 by Jason Hanshaw
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= parsedata; } var parseCsv = new uploadCSV(); parseCsv.getCsv(); </script> Processing Page %%[ SET @csv_data = RequestParameter("csv") /* NOW PARSE THIS DATA AND INSERT TO DE W/ AMPSCRIPT OR SSJS */ ]%% …
answered Oct 31 '19 by Jason Hanshaw
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You can't validate or test your ampscript outside of the platform since this is a proprietary language for Salesforce Marketing Cloud (unless you build your own interpreter). When you are testing … your error. Here's what that looks like: <script runat="server"> try { </script> /* ALL AMPSCRIPT GOES HERE */ <script runat="server"> Platform.Load("core", "1.1.1"); } catch(e) { Write(Stringify(e)); } </script> …
answered 14 hours ago by Jason Hanshaw