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Read from file

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Hi all,

I'm using the READ FROM FILE operation to construct the body of an email I'm sending and recently ran into an error. Apparently there's a limit to the amount the operation can read and my end result was truncated which leads me to the following questions.

1) is it possible to change the limit? I have read the description and there isn't any mention about a limit which was why I thought it was ok to use

2)Is there any documentation about it so that I can see if the rest of my flow will be affected?

I have attached a screenshot below for clarity on the truncation.Capture.PNG

Thanks in advance for any help!

David

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Re: Read from file

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Hi David,

Please note in OO there is a setting  called Log Level when you trigger a flow. It can be Standard or Extended. For Standard the inputs/outputs are truncated to 4000 characters. Basically you need to set Log Level Excended when you trigger the flow.

HTH,

Lucian 

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Re: Read from file

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Hi David,

Please note in OO there is a setting  called Log Level when you trigger a flow. It can be Standard or Extended. For Standard the inputs/outputs are truncated to 4000 characters. Basically you need to set Log Level Excended when you trigger the flow.

HTH,

Lucian 

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Re: Read from file

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Thank you!!! 

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