This is a vergin image, no my working one. I loaded only the web services.
If you used the same version of VAST (6.0.1). I dont know wat is wrong.
I am in Italy and whe use the coma as decimal point in some cases we need to do something to work with float, as VAST use always the (.) as decimal point. Do you think there is something else? who or wat converts or get the reult from services?
marten wrote: I've tested it with 6.03 image and 7.01 image and I get your results in my Transcript. But the correct result is returned to VA:
I've never worked with WebServices - is the representation of Floats defined ????
tc wrote:> The decimal separator is always a point (.), and no thousands
> separator may be added.
You are saying if the service is invoked from Europe, for example, a number is returned in the form of ',6731' rather than '.6731'?
mariocarrera wrote:Thank you.
I will rewrite the method abrAsNumber, we use "," as decimal separator and "." as thousands separator.
So, the service is returning '.6731' but ST thinks it is working with European-ized numbers?
If that is true, I am not sure why it is an ST bug. If a person, in Europe, entered '1.700' then it should be read as 'one thousand seven hundred' by ST.
It seems like it falls more in the category of a system mis-match?
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