Calculated Fields

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Apr 11, 2011

Error messages most of the time

Error messages most of the time

Postby gringojack » Sat Mar 24, 2012 1:42 am

Hi

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Sometimes this msg shows sometimes it doesnt
I made the formula above as you said!
What is the right way to tick boxes in setting page :?: ?
What is the easy way to use plugin for the lambda user I am, without having to buy C# book :wink: ?
(I mean once the formulas are set up. Is there any specific thing to do to make plugin setup operational and efficient at ST3 startup?)
Wouldnt it be possible to use the copy/paste function of windows?
thank you
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Re: Error messages most of the time

Postby dirk66 » Sat Mar 24, 2012 4:22 pm

as far as i can see on the picture one of your attributes has a null value. and execute a toString method on a null value isn't valid. If you want to execute a method, you must be sure that it isn't null.
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Re: Error messages most of the time

Postby gringojack » Sat Mar 24, 2012 5:47 pm

Hi dirk66
Thanks to your post, I believe I found the cause of these messages
At some place I have the null value 00
So I need to write in the "Condition" section something like: {CATEGORY} doesnt contain "Home Trainer"
How should I formulate that?
Also, are AND and OR usable parameters?
Thank you much
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Re: Error messages most of the time

Postby dirk66 » Sun Mar 25, 2012 4:42 pm

gringojack wrote:Hi dirk66
Thanks to your post, I believe I found the cause of these messages
At some place I have the null value 00
So I need to write in the "Condition" section something like: {CATEGORY} doesnt contain "Home Trainer"
How should I formulate that?
Also, are AND and OR usable parameters?
Thank you much


Something like (!{CATEGORY}.Contains("Home Trainer")) Contains must have a capital c otherwise it doesn't work.
AND / OR: Conditional AND && Conditional OR ||

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