Getting Started


If you are new to the HTML document/canned email tag system, you can get an overview of tags, objects and loops here


Accessing The VendorContact Object


Access to this object is dependent on what document or canned email type you are trying to access the object from. Start by finding the document or canned email type you are working with from the links provided below. Follow the chart for your specified document or canned email type to see if the object is accessible, and if so, where it is located.  You may need to use a combination of loops and/or chaining to access this object. 


HTML Tags by Document Type

HTML Tags by Email Type


Accessing The VendorContact Tags


Assuming you have access to the VendorContact object, you must do one of the following:


1. Prefix the object's name to the required tag

2. If the tag contains an 'Additional Sub Object', then the tag must prefix the sub-object tag and suffix the object


The following are implementations of the VendorContact object that give access to the VendorContact tags: Contact


Here is a chart displaying these use cases.


 
SyntaxExample
1
{{VendorContact.TagName}}
{{Contact.Phone}}
2
{{VendorContact.TagName.SubObjectTagName}}{{Contact.ShippingLocation.City}}


Overview


Tag Name
DescriptionType
Additional Sub Object
BillingLocationThe tags relating to a location can be accessed for the default billing location input on the vendor contact.

Location Tags
EmailThe email address that has been input on the vendor contact. Text
FaxThe fax number that has been input on the vendor contact.
Text
IdThe id of the vendor contact.Guid
NameThe full name that has been input on the vendor contact.Text
PhoneThe phone number that has been input on the vendor contact.
Text

ShippingLocationThe tags relating to a location can be accessed for the default shipping location input on the vendor contact.

Location Tags
TitleThe title that has been input on the vendor contact.
Text
VendorIdThe id of the vendor.Guid