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  1. Hi everyone, Its a query that I was looking for since long, but couldnot find any solution. I have created a workflow for Actions - overdue items reminder via mail. "Hi, The following action: <Name /Subject of the action item> is pending from your end. Please view & close the action item <URL of the action>. Please log in & complete the action." This item can be linked to any module instead of action, say for Contacts - Name of the contact & Url of the contact. Please guide me how to add this to my email custom template, what will be the dynamic var
  2. Trying to desperately extract the YY & MM from the createDate in a Module and create shortcodes {YY} and {MM} so that dynamically from a records createDate in any module e.g. April 20, 2016, 2:37:58 PM the the result for {YY}=16 and {MM}=04. Note: when I look at the data in the createDate field in the database I see "1462336943" I tried the following: 'YY'=>'return date("y", strtotime($model->createDate));', 'MM'=>'return date("m", strtotime($model->createDate));', But, when I do this and Update a record via workflow the {YY}{MM} displays as 7001 (which is January 1970, I
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