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REST – SchedulesV2

Viewing, creating, modifying, and deleting schedules via the REST Web Service API is available in Exago v2021.1.1+. This feature requires the installation and proper configuration of the Scheduler Service.

Note

All requests require a Session ID URL parameter and basic request headers. In the following document, headers are omitted in the interest of brevity.

Schedule JSON

A schedule is represented as a JSON object with the following properties:

NameTypeWritableDescription
JobIdstringnoA GUID which uniquely identifies this schedule in the application.
ScheduleNamestringrequired-createThe descriptive name of the schedule.
ReportNamestringrequired-createThe name of the report being scheduled including the relative folder path.
Statusstring from ScheduleJobStatusnoScheduleJobStatus
The read-only current status of the schedule.
ExportTypestring from ScheduleExportTypeyesScheduleExportType
The file type of the created report when the schedule runs.
PasswordstringyesThe PDF or Excel output file password in plain-text.
IsArchiveboolean (false)notrue if this schedule object represents an execution that was saved to disk as opposed to being e-mailed.
false if this schedule object represents an execution that was e-mailed.
JobTypestring from ScheduleJobTypenoScheduleJobType
The read-only type of job this schedule will perform.
RecurrenceScheduleRecurrenceyesA JSON object representing the schedule’s recurrence pattern (e.g. time, day and range of running).
FilterValuesarray of ScheduleCompositeFilteryesAn array of JSON objects representing the prompting filters to apply to the component reports of a composite report (Chained Report or Dashboard)
Filtersarray of ScheduleFilterItemyesAn array of JSON objects representing the prompting filters to apply to the report in this schedule, if the ReportName refers to a report that is not a Chained Report or Dashboard.
Parametersarray of ScheduleParameteryesAn array of JSON objects representing the parameters for this schedule.
BatchScheduleBatchInfoyesA JSON object representing the batch processing information.
RecipientsScheduleRecipientInfoyesA JSON object representing the e-mail recipients of this schedule’s report.
ParentJobId v2021.1.15+stringnoThe GUID of the scheduler job that created this one. A scheduled job that recurs 4 times will ultimately create 5 job files—1 for the original schedule, and one for each of the 4 executions of the schedule. This field holds the GUID of the original schedule. If this field is an empty string, then it is a parent job.

Schedule Example

This example represents a schedule named Report Totals which will run a report named Employee Orders from the My Reports folder. When it runs, a PDF file with the password “abcd” will be generated an attached to an e-mail sent to [email protected] This schedule will run every hour starting at 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM every day of the week from March 1, 2021–June 1, 2021.

{
   "JobId": "4c835b79-56e3-4051-a0c3-6d21d9576bbc",
   "JobType": "Report",
   "ScheduleName": "Report Totals",
   "ReportName": "My ReportsEmployee Orders",
   "ReportId": "9b5d7d7f-53fe-4db3-8914-c5c3fad9fb70",
   "Status": "Ready",
   "ExportType": "Pdf",
   "Password": "abcd",
   "IsArchive": false,
   "Recurrence": {
     "IsImmediate": false,
     "RecurrenceType": "Daily",
     "RecurrenceRange": "EndByDate",
     "ScheduleTime": "09:00",
     "RepeatEvery": true,
     "RepeatEveryHours": 1,
     "RepeatEveryMinutes": 0,
     "RepeatEveryEndTime": "17:00",
     "RangeStartDate": "2021-03-01",
     "RangeEndDate": "2021-06-01",
     "OccurrencesToEnd": 1,
     "RecurrencePattern": {
       "Once": null,
       "Daily": {
         "IsEveryWeekday": true,
         "DailyNumberOfDaysInterval": 0
       },
       "Weekly": null,
       "Monthly": null,
       "Yearly": null
     }
   },
   "Filters": null,
   "FilterValues": null,
   "Parameters": [],
   "Batch": null,
   "Recipients": {
     "EmailResults": true,
     "AttachOutputToEmail": true,
     "ToAddresses": [
       "[email protected]"
     ],
     "CcAddresses": [],
     "BccAddresses": [],
     "ReplyToAddresses": [],
     "EmailSubject": "Hourly order update",
     "EmailBody": "Please find the hourly order update attached to this e-mail."
   },
  "ParentJobId" : "9f0b39c0-3170-4ca1-ac21-e830356bf6fb"
 }

List All Schedules

GET /rest/SchedulesV2

List all of the schedules in the current configuration. Returns an array of ScheduleListItem objects, each representing an individual schedule.

Create New Schedule

POST /rest/SchedulesV2

Create a new schedule. The ScheduleName and ReportName are required. Returns HTTP 201 Created with a Schedule object representing the new schedule.

Example

This example creates a new schedule named MyTestSchedule. This schedule will run a report named Products by Category from the ExpressViews folder 10 times, starting on October 17, 2019. The report will run at 2:45 PM only on weekdays. The output will be saved as a PDF file to a directory on the server’s file system.

{
   "ScheduleName": "MyTestSchedule",
   "ReportName": "ExpressViewsProducts by Category",
   "ExportType": "Pdf",
   "Recurrence": {
     "IsImmediate": false,
     "RecurrenceType": "Daily",
     "RecurrenceRange": "EndAfterNOccurences",
     "ScheduleTime": "14:45",
     "RepeatEvery": false,
     "RangeStartDate": "2019-10-17",
     "RangeEndDate": null,
     "OccurrencesToEnd": 10,
     "RecurrencePattern": {
       "Daily": {
       	"IsEveryWeekday" : true,
         "DailyNumberOfDaysInterval": 0
       }
     }
   }
 }

Show a Schedule

GET /rest/SchedulesV2/{scheduleID}

Show the properties of the schedule specified by the scheduleID. Returns a Schedule object representing the schduleID requested.

Edit a Schedule

PATCH /rest/SchedulesV2/{scheduleID}

Edit the properties of the schedule specified by the scheduleID. Include only those properties to be updated. Returns no JSON objects but will return HTTP status code 204 to indicate success.

Example

This example changes the ExportType of the schedule with ID aaaaaaaa-bbbb-cccc-dddd-eeeeeeeeeeee to be RTF.

PATCH /schedulesv2/aaaaaaaa-bbbb-cccc-dddd-eeeeeeeeeeee
{
 "ExportType": "Rtf"
}

Delete a Schedule

DELETE /rest/SchedulesV2/{scheduleID}

If the specified schedule is active (that is, it is not Completed or Deleted) it will be set to Deleted status. If the specified schedule is inactive, it will be flushed from the scheduler. Therefore, two calls must be made or a separate call to flush the scheduler must be made if the schedule was active when it deleted and the intention is to flush it. Returns no JSON objects but will return HTTP status code 204 to indicate success.

Example

This example marks schedule with ID aaaaaaaa-bbbb-cccc-dddd-eeeeeeeeeeee as Deleted.

DELETE /rest/SchedulesV2/aaaaaaaa-bbbb-cccc-dddd-eeeeeeeeeeee

Flush the Scheduler

POST /rest/SchedulesV2/Flush

Flush the scheduler of all Completed and Deleted schedules. An array of ScheduleListItem will be returned with the resulting schedule list after the flush has occurred.

ScheduleListItem JSON

A JSON object which represents an item in the schedule list. An array of ScheduleListItem is returned when calling GET /SchedulesV2

NameTypeWritableDescription
IdstringnoThe GUID which uniquely identifies this schedule.
ParentJobId v2021.1.15+stringnoThe GUID of the scheduler job that created this one. A scheduled job that recurs 4 times will ultimately create 5 job files—1 for the original schedule, and one for each of the 4 executions of the schedule. This field holds the GUID of the original schedule. If this field is an empty string, then it is a parent job.
ScheduleNamestringnoThe descriptive name of the schedule. The same as entering a Schedule Name into the Scheduled Report Wizard in the user interface
Typestring from ScheduleRecurrenceTypenoScheduleRecurrenceType
Indicates the type of recurrence this schedule has.
ReportNamestringnoThe name of the report being scheduled
LastExecDatestringnoThe date and time of the most recent execution of this schedule, in UTC time as YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ssz format. If the schedule has never run, returns null.
NextExecDatestringnoThe date and time of the next execution of this schedule, in UTC time as YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ssz format. If the schedule will not run again, returns null.
Statusstring from ScheduleJobStatusnoScheduleJobStatus
The read-only current status of the schedule.
RunCountintegernoThe number of times this schedule has been executed.
UserIdstringnoThe value of the built-in @[email protected] parameter when the schedule was created.
CompanyIdstringnoThe value of the built-in @[email protected] parameter when the schedule was created.
JobTypestring from ScheduleJobTypenoScheduleJobType
The type of job that this schedule represents

Example

This array contains one ScheduleListItem representing a daily recurring schedule that has already run once and will run again the following hour.

{
     "Id": "4c835b79-56e3-4051-a0c3-6d21d9576bbc",
     "ParentJobId": "9f0b39c0-3170-4ca1-ac21-e830356bf6fb",
     "ScheduleName": "Report Totals",
     "Type": "Daily",
     "ReportName": "Employee Orders",
     "LastExecDate": "2021-02-12T21:46:37Z",
     "NextExecDate": "2021-02-12T22:00:00Z",
     "Status": "Ready",
     "RunCount": 1,
     "UserId": "Fiona Light",
     "CompanyId": "Tip O' The Nose Services, LLC",
     "JobType": "Report"
   }

ScheduleRecurrence JSON

A JSON object representing a schedule recurrence pattern.

NameTypeWritableDescription
IsImmediatebooleanyes (false)Determines if the schedule will run immediately or not. If true the schedule runs immediately. Must be false in order to use the other recurrence properties.
RecurrenceTypestring from RecurrenceTypeyesRecurrenceType
The type of recurrence to use.
RecurrenceRangestring from RecurrenceRangeyesRecurrenceRange
Determines when the schedule’s recurrence pattern will end.
ScheduleTimestringrequiredThe time at which the schedule should run. Must be formatted in hh:mm format utilizing a 24-hour clock. (e.g. 9:00 AM = 09:00, 1:37 PM = 13:37)
RepeatEverybooleanyes (false)If true, the schedule will repeat every RepeatEveryHours hours and RepeatEveryMinutes minutes until RepeatEveryEndTime.
RepeatEveryHoursintegeryesIf RepeatEvery is true, the schedule will run every this number of hours.
RepeatEveryMinutesintegeryesIf RepeatEvery is true, the schedule will run every this number of minutes.
RepeatEveryEndTimestringyesIf RepeatEvery is true, the schedule will stop repeating at this time.
Must be formatted in hh:mm format utilizing a 24-hour clock. (e.g. 9:00 AM = 09:00, 1:37 PM = 13:37)
RangeStartDatestringyesThe date on which the schedule will start recurring, in yyyy-mm-dd format.

Set to {null} to clear an existing value when editing a schedule.

RangeEndDatestringyesIf RecurrenceRange is EndByDate, the schedule will stop recurring on this date, in yyyy-mm-dd format.
OccurrencesToEndintegeryesIf RecurrenceRange is EndAfterNOccurences, the schedule will stop recurring after this many occurences have run.
RecurrencePatternScheduleRecurrencePatternyesA JSON object representing the pattern that the recurrence should follow.

ScheduleRecurrencePattern JSON

A JSON object representing a schedule recurrence pattern. The pattern selected here should match the RecurrenceType set in ScheduleRecurrence.

Important

Pick one and only one of the properties.

NameTypeWritableDescription
OnceOncePatternyesA JSON object that represents a schedule that should run only once.
DailyDailyPatternyesA JSON object that represents a schedule which will run on a daily basis.
WeeklyWeeklyPatternyesA JSON object that represents a schedule which will run on a weekly basis.
MonthlyMonthlyPatternyesA JSON object that represents a schedule which will run on a monthly basis.
YearlyYearlyPatternyesA JSON object that represents a schedule which will run on a yearly basis.

OncePattern JSON

A JSON object representing a schedule that does not recur, but runs only one time.

NameTypeWritableDescription
OnceDatestringrequiredThe date on which the schedule shall run, in yyyy-mm-dd format.

DailyPattern JSON

A JSON object representing a schedule recurrence pattern which occurs on a day-to-day basis

NameTypeWritableDescription
IsEveryWeekdaybooleanrequiredIf true, the schedule runs every weekday, Monday–Friday.
If False, set DailyNumberOfDaysInterval.
DailyNumberOfDaysIntervalintegeryesIf IsEveryWeekday is false, the schedule will skip this number of days between exections.

For example, setting this value to 2 will result in a report executing on the 1st, 4th, 7th, etc… day of the month as there are two days between those dates.

Example

This Daily recurrence pattern runs every weekday.

{
	"IsEveryWeekday": true
}

WeeklyPattern JSON

A JSON object representing a schedule recurrence pattern which occurs on a weekly basis.

NameTypeWritableDescription
WeeklyNumberOfWeeksIntervalintegerrequiredThe schedule will execute this number of weeks.
WeeklyDaysOfWeekarray of booleanrequiredThe schedule will run only on the days contained in the array, with the first element of the array representing Sunday, the second element representing Monday, and so on. The array must contain exactly seven boolean values. Set the value to true to have the schedule run for that day, or false for it to skip that day.

Example

In this example, the schedule will run every Sunday, Wednesday and Saturday of the week.

{
 	"WeeklyNumberOfWeeksInterval": "1",
 	"WeeklyDaysOfWeek": [
 		true,
 		false,
 		false,
 		true,
 		false,
 		false,
 		true
 	]
 }

MonthlyPattern JSON

A JSON object representing a schedule recurrence pattern which occurs on a monthly basis.

NameTypeWritableDescription
IsOnSpecificDayOfMonthbooleanyesDetermines whether a schedule will recur on a specific day of the month, or on a relative position in the month (e.g. third Monday of the month). Set to true for a specific day, or false for a relative day.
MonthlySpecificDayNumberintegeryesIf IsOnSpecificDayOfMonth is true, this is the calendar day of the month that the schedule will recur. Otherwise, null.
MonthlySpecificEveryNMonthsintegeryesIf IsOnSpecificDayOfMonth is true, the monthly schedule will run every this number of months. Otherwise, null.
MonthlyDayPositionstringyesIf IsOnpecificDayOfMonth is false, the monthly recurrence will run on a relative position in the month. One and only one of the following values are accepted: first, second, third, fourth, last. Works in combination with MonthlyDayOfWeek.
MonthlyDayOfWeekstringyesIf IsOnSpecificDayOfMonth is false, the days on which the relative monthly recurrence occurs. One and only one of these values may be used: day, weekday, weekendday, sun, mon, tue, wed, thu, fri, sat.
MonthlyRelativeEveryNMonthsintegeryesIf IsOnSpecificDayOfMonth is false, the schedule will recur every this number of months.

Example

In this example, the schedule will run on the second Monday of every other month.

{
   "IsOnSpecificDayOfMonth" : false,
   "MonthlyDayPosition" : "second",
   "MonthlyDayOfWeek" : "mon",
   "MonthlyRelativeEveryNMonths" : 2
 }

YearlyPattern JSON

A JSON object which represents a yearly schedule recurrence pattern.

NameTypeWritableDescription
IsOnSpecificDayOfYearbooleanrequiredIf true, the yearly schedule will recur on a specific day of the year. Use YearlySpecificMonth and YearlySpecficDayNumber to set the date. If false, the schedule will recur on a relative part of the year. Use YearlyRelativeDayPosition, YearlyRelativeDayOfWeek, YearlyRelativeMonth to select the relative day of recurrence.
YearlySpecificMonthintegeryesIf IsOnSpecificDayOfYear is true, this is the month portion of the date on which the schedule will recur.

Provide an integer representing the month of the calendar (1 = January, 2 = February … 12 = December)

YearlySpecficDayNumberinteger (1)yesIf IsOnSpecificDayOfYear is true, this is the day portion of the date on which the schedule will recur. Any positive integer 1–31 is accepted.
YearlyRelativeWeekPositionstringyesIf IsOnSpecificDayOfYear is false, this is the relative week in the month that this schedule will recur. One and only one of the following values are accepted: first, second, third, fourth, last. Works in combination with YearlyRelativeDayOfWeek and YearlyRelativeMonth.
YearlyRelativeDayOfWeekstringyesIf IsOnSpecificDayOfYear is false, this is the relative day of the week in the month that the schedule will recur. One and only one of these values may be used: day, weekday, weekendday, sun, mon, tue, wed, thu, fri, sat.
YearlyRelativeMonthstringyesIf IsOnSpecificDayOfYear is false, this is the number of the month in the year that the schedule will recur. (e.g. (1 = January, 2 = February … 12 = December))

Examples

This example will run the schedule every year on the last Sunday in September.

{
 	"IsOnSpecificDayOfYear": false,
 	"YearlyRelativeDayPosition": "last",
 	"YearlyRelativeDayOfWeek": "sun",
 	"YearlyRelativeMonth": 9
 }

This example will run the schedule on April 15th of every year.

{
   "IsOnSpecificDayOfYear": true,
   "YearlySpecificMonth" : "April",
   "YearlySpecficDayNumber" : 15
 }

ScheduleFilterItem JSON

A JSON object representing a group of one or more ScheduleFilterElement objects, defining the grouping of the prompting filters on a non-composite (ExpressView, Express, Advanced, CrossTab) report.

NameTypeWritableDescription
Grouparray of ScheduleFilterItemyesThe contents of a group of filters. If the filters are not grouped together, this value is null.
Filterarray of ScheduleFilterElementyesThe filter statements contained in the group.

ScheduleFilterElement JSON

A JSON object representing an individual filter on a non-composite (ExpressView, Express, Advanced, CrossTab) report.

NameTypeWritableDescription
FilterTextstringyesThe field to be filtered, which can include applied formulas. This field must be one of the fields on the scheduled report.
Operatorstring from ScheduleFilterOperatoryesScheduleFilterOperator
The filter operator.
AndFlagbooleanyesIf true, this filter will be logically ANDed with the next filter in the array. If false, this filter will be logically ORed with the next filter in the array.
Valuesarray of number, string or booleanyesThe values to filter by. When using Operator.Between or Operator.NotBetween the array must contain exactly two values. When using Operator.OneOf or Operator.NotOneOf the array may contain any number of values. All other operators use only one value, which must still be in an array. Date and DateTimes must be represented as strings in yyyy-mm-dd format.

Example

This Filters array represents the following filter summary from the Advanced Report Designer: Work Order Tickets.Open Date > '05/14/2017' And (Work Order Tickets.Description Contains 'lightning' And Work Order Tickets.Description Contains 'RMA')

"Filters": [
     {
       "Group": null,
       "Filter": {
         "FilterText": "Work Order Tickets.Open Date",
         "Operator": "GreaterThan",
         "AndFlag": true,
         "Values": [
           "2017-05-14 23:59:59.997"
         ]
       }
     },
     {
       "Group": [
         {
           "Group": null,
           "Filter": {
             "FilterText": "Work Order Tickets.Description",
             "Operator": "Contains",
             "AndFlag": true,
             "Values": [
               "lightning"
             ]
           }
         },
         {
           "Group": null,
           "Filter": {
             "FilterText": "Work Order Tickets.Description",
             "Operator": "Contains",
             "AndFlag": true,
             "Values": [
               "RMA"
             ]
           }
         }
       ],
       "Filter": null
     }
   ]

ScheduleCompositeFilter JSON

A JSON object representing a prompting filter on a composite (Chained or Dashboard) report. ScheduleCompositeFilter objects appear in an array in the Schedule object’s FilterValues property.

NameTypeWritableDescription
Reportsarray of intyesAn array of component report indices on a composite report (a Chained Report or Dashboard) that this filter applies to.

0 represents the first report, 1 represents the second report, and so on.

FilterTextstringyesThe data field or formula that contains the data that will be filtered. It must be on all of the reports indicated by the Reports array.
Operatorstring from ScheduleFilterOperatoryesScheduleFilterOperator
The filter operator.
AndFlagbooleanyesIf true, this filter will be logically ANDed with the next filter in the array. If false, this filter will be logically ORed with the next filter in the array.
Valuesarray of number, string or booleanyesThe values to filter by. When using Operator.Between or Operator.NotBetween the array must contain exactly two values. When using Operator.OneOf or Operator.NotOneOf the array may contain any number of values. All other operators use only one value, which must still be in an array. Date and DateTimes must be represented as strings in yyyy-mm-dd format.

Example

This Schedule JSON object excerpt is from a scheduled Chained Report with two reports in the chain. It’s Filters property is null, but the FilterValues property contains an array of ScheduleCompositeFilter JSON objects, one for each prompting filter. Note the Employees.Eid applies to both reports in the chain.

"Filters": null,
   "FilterValues": [
     {
       "Reports": [
         0
       ],
       "FilterText": "=Year({Employees.HireDate})",
       "Operator": "EqualTo",
       "AndFlag": true,
       "Values": [
         "2009"
       ]
     },
     {
       "Reports": [
         0,
         1
       ],
       "FilterText": "Employees.EID",
       "Operator": "OneOf",
       "AndFlag": true,
       "Values": [
         "4",
         "5",
         "6"
       ]
     },
     {
       "Reports": [
         1
       ],
       "FilterText": "=Year({Orders.OrderDate})",
       "Operator": "EqualTo",
       "AndFlag": true,
       "Values": [
         "2016"
       ]
     }
   ],

ScheduleParameter JSON

A JSON object representing a prompting parameter on the scheduled report.

NameTypeWritableDescription
IdstringrequiredThe Id (name) of the parameter on the scheduled report. To update the parameter’s value, the parameter with this Id must appear on the report being scheduled and must be prompting.
Valueinteger, string or dateyesThe value to set the parameter to, which is the same as setting the value of a prompting parameter when running a report. It does not change the underlying default parameter value.

For boolean parameters, use 0 for false or 1 for true.

DisplayValueinteger, string or dateyesThe value that is displayed in the report, if different than the Value.%
Reportsarray of integeryesAn array of component report indices on a composite report (a Chained Report or Dashboard) that this parameter applies to.

0 represents the first report, 1 represents the second report, and so on.

ScheduleBatchInfo JSON

A JSON object representing the information for processing individualized scheduled reports, also known as a batch report. The individualized reports will be e-mailed to recipients based on a Data Object field contained within BatchEmailEntityCategory > BatchEmailEntity > BatchEmailField. A summary of the batch report’s execution will be sent by e-mail to ToAddresses and CC’ed to CcAddresses.

More information about Batch E-Mailing can be found in the article on Scheduling Reports.

NameTypeWritableDescription
AttachReportToEmailboolean (false)yesIf true, the report output will be attached to the individualized e-mail messages.
ToAddressesarray of stringyesAn array of e-mail addresses to send the batch report results summary to.
CcAddressesarray of stringyesAn array of e-mail addresses to carbon copy e-mail the batch report results summary to.
BatchEmailEntityCategorystringyesThe Data Object that BatchEmailEntity belongs to. The folder must exist in Exago.
BatchEmailEntitystringyesThe Data Object containing the batch recipient information.
BatchEmailFieldstringyesThe field in BatchEmailEntity that contains the e-mail address of each recipient of the individualized batched report.

Example

This example sends a copy of the schedule’s execution summary to [email protected], and sends the individualized executed report to each entry with an EmailAddress in the Employees data object.

{
 	"AttachReportToEmail": true,
 	"ToAddresses": [
 		"[email protected]"
 	],
 	"CcAddresses": [],
 	"BatchEmailEntityCategory": "",
 	"BatchEmailEntity": "Employees",
 	"BatchEmailField": "EmailAddress"
 }

ScheduleRecipientInfo JSON

A JSON object representing an e-mail to send when the schedule has run and to optionally attach the report to the e-mail.

NameTypeWritableDescription
EmailResultsbooleanyesIf true, the report is attached to an e-mail message. If false, the report is saved to disk instead.

If this is a batch schedule, this is always true.

Has the same effect as checking or unchecking the Email Results checkbox on the Recipients tab of the Scheduled Report Wizard.

AttachOutputToEmailboolean (true)yesIf this is a batch schedule, if true, the completed report is attached to the e-mail message for each recipient. If false, the report is not attached to the e-mail—the e-mails can be used for delivering personal data-driven alerts or updates.

Has the same effect as checking or unchecking the Attach Report Output to Email checkbox on the Recipients tab of the Scheduled Report Wizard for batch reports.

ToAddressesarray of stringrequiredAn array of e-mail addresses to send the e-mail to.
CcAddressesarray of stringyesAn array of e-mail addresses to CC to.
BccAddressesarray of stringyesAn array of e-mail addresses to BCC to.
ReplyToAddressesarray of stringyesAn array of e-mail addresses that will appear as the Reply-To: addresses in the e-mail.
EmailSubjectstringyesThe subject line of the e-mail message.
EmailBodystringyesThe body text/content of the e-mail message.

Example

This example attaches the report output file to an e-mail and sends it to [email protected] and [email protected] The e-mail is CCed to [email protected] and [email protected], and BCCed to [email protected] All e-mail messages will have a subject line of “Here is the report you needed” and the message “Attached is the report you had asked for!” will appear in the body of the e-mail.

{
 	"EmailResults": true,
 	"AttachOutputToEmail": true,
 	"ToAddresses": [
 		"[email protected]",
 		"[email protected]"
 	],
 	"CcAddresses": [
 		"[email protected]",
 		"[email protected]"
 	],
 	"BccAddresses": [
 		"[email protected]"
 	],
 	"ReplyToAddresses": [],
 	"EmailSubject": "Here is that report you needed",
 	"EmailBody": "Attached is the report you had asked for!"
 }
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