Certain search strings cause an exception when using the Editor .NET libraries and server-side proc

Certain search strings cause an exception when using the Editor .NET libraries and server-side proc

ahanssens@cps247.comahanssens@cps247.com Posts: 13Questions: 1Answers: 0

I'm using Editor 1.5.0 with the .NET libraries.

Start the .NET example program and go to the page at Web/examples/simple/server-side-processing.html. In the search box, type a number. (Simply typing "1" is enough.) This will cause an invalid cast exception to be thrown by these lines in DtRequest's constructor:

            Search = new SearchT
            {
                Value = (string)search["value"],
                Regex = (Boolean)search["regex"]
            };

The problem is that search["value"] is actually an int, so it cannot be cast to a string. This change seems to make things work properly:

            Search = new SearchT
            {
                Value = search["value"].ToString(),
                Regex = (Boolean)search["regex"]
            };

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  • allanallan Posts: 54,914Questions: 1Answers: 8,608 Site admin

    Thanks! This will be included in the next release.

    Allan

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