Report Execution Error using German Language

jnariojnario Member Posts: 21
edited 2006-12-02 in Navision Attain
Hello All,

I have created a Navision report and the output is Excel format, when I run the report using English Language, it works fine, but using the German Language, I'm getting below error message. Can anyone please advise how to fix below error. Also I apologize, I can't read the error message.

"Die Wahlmöglichkeit 'No' ist nicht vorhanden.
Die Wahlmöglichkeiten sind:
Nein, Ja"

On the program code, I have included the below statement for validation for cancelled flag. I'm suspecting that it's coming from this code, since it's and English word.

SalesHeader.SETFILTER(SalesHeader.Cancelled, 'No');

How do I set filter for other languages?

Thanks

Joel Nario
Manager, Application Development and System Operations
IT Department
IDEC Corporation
Sunnyvale, CA. 94080

Comments

  • ara3nara3n Member Posts: 9,248
    Apparently in your code you are setting a value to No. and the options in german is Nein, which no, and Ja for yes.
    Ahmed Rashed Amini
    Independent Consultant/Developer


    blog: https://dynamicsuser.net/nav/b/ara3n
  • kinekine Member Posts: 12,562
    edited 2006-12-01
    I assume that the field is boolean type. In this case the filter must be in format:
     SalesHeader.SETRANGE(SalesHeader.Cancelled, False);
    

    Using string to filter for boolean is not clean and should be permitted. It is same as filtering option type to string and not the Field::Value...

    //edited 1.12.2006 - SETFILTER replaced by SETRANGE
    Kamil Sacek
    MVP - Dynamics NAV
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  • WaldoWaldo Member Posts: 3,412
    Doesn't it has to be:
    SalesHeader.SETFILTER(SalesHeader.Cancelled,'%1',False);
    
    :?:

    ... I could be mistaken ... :-k

    Eric Wauters
    MVP - Microsoft Dynamics NAV
    My blog
  • kinekine Member Posts: 12,562
    No, you do not need setfilter if you are filtering for one value...
    Kamil Sacek
    MVP - Dynamics NAV
    My BLOG
    NAVERTICA a.s.
  • WaldoWaldo Member Posts: 3,412
    kine wrote:
    I assume that the field is boolean type. In this case the filter must be in format:

    SalesHeader.SETFILTER(SalesHeader.Cancelled, False);

    Using string to filter for boolean is not clean and should be permitted. It is same as filtering option type to string and not the Field::Value...

    OK, then I get it ... you meant SETRANGE ...

    Eric Wauters
    MVP - Microsoft Dynamics NAV
    My blog
  • kinekine Member Posts: 12,562
    Ah, yes, my mistake... I have overlooked that... :-) you are correct, I mean SETRANGE... :oops:
    Kamil Sacek
    MVP - Dynamics NAV
    My BLOG
    NAVERTICA a.s.
  • WaldoWaldo Member Posts: 3,412
    kine wrote:
    Ah, yes, my mistake... I have overlooked that... :-) you are correct, I mean SETRANGE... :oops:

    I forgive you O:)

    :lol:

    Eric Wauters
    MVP - Microsoft Dynamics NAV
    My blog
  • jnariojnario Member Posts: 21
    Thank you very much guys,

    Yes, the below command works.

    SalesHeader.SETFILTER(SalesHeader.Cancelled,'%1',False);

    In addition to the above command, I found out that below command also works the same way. It provided me the same result.

    IF Cancelled THEN CurrReport.SKIP;

    I'm pretty new to this programming C/AL Code in Navision.

    We are Oracle Shop, but most of our subsidiaries, we decided to implement Navision.

    This is a great Web Site to het help..
  • WaldoWaldo Member Posts: 3,412
    jnario wrote:
    Thank you very much guys,

    Yes, the below command works.

    SalesHeader.SETFILTER(SalesHeader.Cancelled,'%1',False);

    In addition to the above command, I found out that below command also works the same way. It provided me the same result.

    IF Cancelled THEN CurrReport.SKIP;

    I'm pretty new to this programming C/AL Code in Navision.

    We are Oracle Shop, but most of our subsidiaries, we decided to implement Navision.

    This is a great Web Site to het help..

    Go for the
    SalesHeader.SETFILTER(SalesHeader.Cancelled,'%1',False);
    Like Kine mentioned.

    If you go for the
    IF Cancelled THEN CurrReport.SKIP;
    your code wil have to go through much more lines then wether you filter the lines on Canceled = FALSE. This will make your report slower.

    On the other hand, keep in mind that when you're working on a NATIVE, you'll have to set the key on Cancelled.
    Something like: SalesHeader.SETCURRENTKEY(Cancelled)
    Filtering a sorted set will result in much better performance.

    On SQL it's a whole other story, but I only have a textbox for 2Gb of Text, so that's not enough :wink:

    Eric Wauters
    MVP - Microsoft Dynamics NAV
    My blog
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