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Sending Content

You can send files containing content as an email attachment using the Send Content tool.

Page Name

Definition Name


Send Content Page


Send files as email attachments with details on publication dates and times.

Use the Send Content page (EPICP_COMM_WIZ) to send files as email attachments with details on publication dates and times.

Image: Send Content page

This example illustrates the fields and controls on the Send Content page. You can find definitions for the fields and controls later on this page.

Send Content page

Field or Control


Content ID

Select the content you want to send as an email attachment. You can only send text and HTML files as content.

Publish Date andPublish Time

Enter the time and date at which you want the content published.


Specify a temporary folder for downloading the content.

Email To

Enter the email address for the recipients of this email. Separate multiple addresses by commas.

Use the text box to type in any text you want to accompany the email. Click Send to send the email and attachment.

You can save the emails you create.

Image: Send Content email

This example illustrates an email that is generated using the Send Content feature.

Send Content email.

Using Send Content to Transmit an Assembled Report

You can use the Send Content tool to send an assembled report to outside organizations for publication. The report and all the sections in the report that require approval, must be approved before you send it.

When you post the report on the Report Assembler page, the system automatically generates the HTML for the report and saves it to the location you configured for assembled reports. This content can then be sent for approval. Once it has been approved, you can select it on the Sent Content page for transmitting.

Alternatively, you can select the contents of the assembled report and paste them into a new file in another tool such as Word and save. This enables you to apply formatting to the contents and save in formats such as HTML or PDF. You can then add this file as new content to the appropriate content folder using the File Attachment option and attaching this file.