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> Attachment
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Represents an email message file attachment.
> Category
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Represents a Response Manager category.
> DatabaseAccess
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Provides access to database functions.
> DatabaseAccessResult
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Contains the results of executing a database query. This is an array-like object containing the rows and columns of the query result. For example, to access the third column of the second row of query results, use databaseAccessResult[1][2]. Column names are supported, so if the name of column three is cust_num, the same value can be accessed with databaseAccessResult[1].cust_num or databaseAccessResult[1]["cust_num"].

This object has the following additional properties.
> EmailAddress
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Represents an email address. Setting any of the properties (where writable) updates the others automatically, as required.
> GroupMailbox
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Represents a Response Manager group mailbox.
> Message
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Represents an email message. A variable of this type named message is available whenever a rule is being executed. The variable represents the message that triggered rule processing.
> RuleExecution
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Represents a rule execution. An variable of this type named ruleExecution is present when a rule is being executed.
> Server
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Represents the Response Manager server. Provides utilities and methods for operating on messages. A variable of this type named server is available in all scripts.
> StandardResponse
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Represents a Response Manager standard response.
> User
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Represents a Response Manager user.
> XMLHttpRequest
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An HTTP request and response. This object is similar to web browser XMLHttpRequest implementations. The main differences are that Response Manager does not support asynchronous requests (and therefore, there is no abort() method or onreadystatechange property) and uses an E4X XML value (rather than a Document) for the responseXML property.