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Posted - 06/11/2006 :  22:08:38  Show Profile
I'm using the following code in a trigger: (in SQL Server 2000)
And while a message is successfully sent and it includes the
appropriate message and recipient data, the subject is constantly left

Any help on this would be much appreciated.

declare @mes varchar(250)
declare @mes2 nvarchar(1450)

set @mes2 = (select Identified_Vuln from inserted)
set @mes = 'xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx'

EXEC master..xp_startmail
EXEC master..xp_sendmail

@recipients = '',
@subject = 'test',
@message = @mes

EXEC master..xp_stopmail

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Posted - 06/12/2006 :  05:48:40  Show Profile  Visit spirit1's Homepage
@subject = N'test',

also sending mail from a trigger is very bad

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Posted - 06/12/2006 :  11:17:08  Show Profile  Visit svicky9's Homepage

exec xp_sendmail 'vic','Backup Report','exec ab_backupreport',@subject = N'Backup report'

I am sending the email like this .
But it still has a blank subject

what should be the problem.

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Posted - 06/12/2006 :  20:42:30  Show Profile
First, thank you for responding. I really appreciate it.
But, I tried exactly what you suggested and it didn't work.
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Posted - 05/26/2007 :  20:28:56  Show Profile
I came acorss the issue with SQL server 2000 + sp4. I replaced the sqlmap70.dll with the sp3 version ( there is a different version in every sp ), restarted the sql server and voila...

I realize the last time someone responded to this post, but i'm posting just in case it helps someone in the future.
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