Transactional Emails

v 3.0.0

Transactional Emails

With the support for Transactional Emails implementers can use our email editor for all kinds of emails that the site needs to send, that could be a "sign up confirmation", "forgot password" or a receipt from a webshop.

Screenshot of the Transactional Emails

Hooking it up

Start by creating a model that defines the email you want to send.

[TransactionalEmail("Forgot Password", Alias)]
public class ForgotPasswordEmailModel
{
    public const string Alias = "forgotPassword";
    
    [MergeField("Member-number","memberNumber")]
    public string MemberNumber { get; set; }
    
    [MergeField("First name","firstName")]
    public string FirstName { get; set; }
    
    [MergeField("Email","email")]
    public string Email { get; set; }
    
    [MergeField("ConfirmationLink","confirmationLink")]
    public string ConfirmationLink { get; set; }
}

After the model has been created you need to create new "Transactional Email"-template for this model. Start up the site, go to the Email-section -> Transactionals -> Emails and create a new Transactional Email. Click on the "Design email"-button and follow the steps, make sure to choose Forgot Password as Data Model for the template. Edit the email and save the changes.

Then we need to trigger a sending of the email, this is done using the INewsletterStudioService. Just inject this into the controller, component or background job that needs to trigger transactional email.

[Route("SendTransactional/{action}/{id?}")]
public class SendTransactionalController : Controller
{
    private readonly INewsletterStudioService _newsletterStudioService;

    public SendTransactionalController(INewsletterStudioService newsletterStudioService)
    {
        _newsletterStudioService = newsletterStudioService;
    }
    
    public ActionResult Test()
    {
        var model = new ForgotPasswordEmailModel();
        model.Email = "john@lorem-ipsum.com";
        model.FirstName = "John";
        model.MemberNumber = "123";
        model.ConfirmationLink = "https://www.lorem-ipsum.se/confirm/dsdff947kjdfg92mkfsd92";

        _newsletterStudioService.SendTransactional(
            SendTransactionalEmailRequest.Create()
                .SendTo(model.Email)
                .WithSubject("Hallo")
        );
            
            
        return Content("It works");
    }
}

We'll automatically look for a matching transactional email-template based on the type of model passed with the SendTransactionalEmailRequest but to be safe we recommend that you create a settings-node and use the Transactional Email Picker-data type to make it possible to select the template to use.