How to break text under EMAIL body received from Iseries Infoprint PDF mapping program

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AS/400
AS/400 email
AS/400 Languages
InfoPrint Mapping Exit Program
RPGLE
Hi Friends,

We have info print installed on our iseries box. When we are generating PDF files under email using info print server, we can customize the following two messages under email:-

1. Subject line

2. Message/Body text (MSGTEXT) under the mail.

My query is that I need to break the lines under body text field (MSGTEXT). E.g Message under MSGTEXT should be displayed as:-- Welcome, We have received your invoice. Regards, XYZ But this message is currently coming as Welcome, We have received your invoice. Regards, XYZ We are using RPGLE language as PDF MAPPING PROGRAM - XXRPDFMAPZ



Software/Hardware used:
AS400, AS/400

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I’m not familiar with Infoprint, but I had a similar task recently and embedded CR & LF characters (X’0D25) in the message body.

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  • Stiloabarthian
    I'm not familiar with Infoprint, but I had a similar task recently and embedded CR & LF characters (X'0D25) in the message body.
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  • WoodEngineer
    Check the documentation on the command. In some of IBM's commands they support special character sequences to assist in formatting test. For instance, SNDDST allows /N (new line) and /P (new paragraph) in its long message parm.
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