If you have some way of expressing in script, what the filename will be after the process has completed, you could use an approach similar to that in [url="http://mails.datawatch.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=10;t=000031"]this[/url] post to add it as an output item through script, then create a global distribution to send out the e-mail. If the files have different distribution lists, then you would have to set up 2 global distributions in different folders.
Another way, not so elegant, but maybe simpler, would be to set up a "dummy" process that picked up the files and used an input distribution to e-mail the files and then goes through some fake conversion which you could then use a post-export script to delete.
I have a project that imports info from a report and then puts it in a complicated Access DB. In the post process for the project I have a batch file open the DB, because that kicks off some complicated calculations. In the end the DB produces either file A, file A & B, or just file B. I clear out the folder on a daily basis but I was wondering with datapump is there a way to email out the files that are in that folder on a daily basis? (remember it can vary depending on business rules on which files will be in that folder) /b[/quote]
[size="1"][ May 19, 2006, 03:30 PM: Message edited by: Todd Niemi ][/size]