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8/19/2014 7:35 PM
 

Hi.  I've got email notifications enabled for several events within the Event Viewer utility, and the notifications are being sent successfully.  However, when I receive a notification, it's in non-idented XML format, which makes it a bit challenging to read.

Does anyone know of a way to modify the format used for the Event Log notifications?

Here's a sample email body:

<log LogGUID="ce38295f-2c10-1ca0-897f-d7a3861d14e2" LogFileID="" LogTypeKey="LOGIN_SUPERUSER" LogUserID="46176" LogEventID="8855" LogUserName="springfield\simpsonhomer" LogPortalID="0" LogPortalName="Qwikie Mart" LogCreateDate="8/19/2014 6:16:16 PM" LogCreateDateNum="0" BypassBuffering="False" LogServerName="Web037" LogConfigID="100"><LogProperties><LogProperty><PropertyName>IP</PropertyName><PropertyValue>10.0.0.62</PropertyValue></LogProperty></LogProperties></log>

 Thanks!

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Van


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8/21/2014 4:20 PM
 
Van;
For every event notification or just specific event notifications?
I have seen this before.. very random and have not been able to track down exactly which event is sending the unformatted XML
I have to say I've not seen a login notification do this before your post...

Ken Grierson
DotNetNuke Corporation
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8/21/2014 4:28 PM
 

Ken:

Hi. Thanks for responding.  All of the notifications from this site use the raw XML formatting. 

Here are some of the event types that we currently have enabled:

  • New User
  • User Deleted
  • User Locked Out
  • User Not Approved
  • User Removed
  • User Restored
  • Login - SuperUser

What is a normal event email notification supposed to look like?  I guess I've never seen a formatted one before.

 

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Van


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8/21/2014 6:44 PM
 
Van;
We use Papercut for the majority of our email notification testing and I do a run to a Google test account at least once a release cycle

This is what I get as the body of a new user email:

Dear SuperUser Account,

Your Website Has Been Created. Please read the following information carefully and be sure to save this message in a safe location for future reference.

Website Address: dnntest3.dnntest.local
Username: host
Verification Code: yLxMdabmfo4_

Please take the opportunity to visit the website to review its content and take advantage of its many features.

Thank you, we appreciate your support...

DotNetNuke

I don't get anything different if I run the email through a Google account except, of course, for headers

Ken Grierson
DotNetNuke Corporation
Test Lead
 
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8/21/2014 7:07 PM
 

Ken:

Thanks for the further information. 

Yes, the formatting is normal all email notifications in the site where the templates are managed via the GlobalResources.resx file.  In other words, the emails that are generated when a user registers, a user is authorized, a role is added, etc. all are formatted like you described above.

It's only the email notifications generated by events in the Event Log that have the non-indented, raw XML formatting.  Is there a template hiding somewhere for these notifications?

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Van


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