Hi there, I am scraping a web table to a data table, and then incorporating an if statement (if the 4th column has a value that’s less than 50) then remove the data row. However, I am having trouble finding the correct vb expression. I tried using Int32.Parse(row(4).ToString) < 50 (based on previous forums) to no avail. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
in this case yu can use Filter datatable buddy
were you can mention the condition and the value ad you also you can remove those rows with value and create a new output datatable buddy
like this @mgartner
I have tried doing this as well and it does not work. I tried including the column name (both “Units” and Column-4 as shown in the extracted data table). I’m not sure what else to do in this case.
Buddy may i have a sample excel so that i can send you a xaml buddy
Will that work even if I am not using an excel sheet? I appreciate the help.
yes ofcourse, you just need to pass the datatable variable which can be obtained from workbook activities that doesnt need excel buddy @mgartner
Ok, whenever I try to include the column name it keeps saying that the column name is not set or invalid. How can I fix this issue?
I first tried “Units” then I tried “Column-4”
Neither of these worked.
“Units” is the header for the column
buddy is these columns are there in workbook buddy and kindly check whether you have enabled the Add header property while read range activity is used
or still not
you can mentionthe column index like this buddy, say if your unit column is the third column and column-4, the fourth column
then mention like this buddy where 2 and 3 are column index which usually starts from 0
were you able to get now buddy @mgartner
Hi there, I am bit confused. You keep mentioning the workbook, but I am trying to filter the datatable itself without using excel. It seems that the read range command requires a workbook path and write range requires a sheet, both of which are used in excel. what command would you need to directly read the datatable?
Buddy…if you have a datatable on hand readily…no worries you can directly pass that to filter datatable activity buddy…or if you dont have i suggested to get from a build datatable activity by building a datatable without excel or if you have excel you can get from that as well with read range as well…anyhow you dont want that…so that one is clear buddy
Next yes there are actually two set of activities like excel and workbook activities…
Excel activities are exclusively made for excel
Alone amd workbook activities can be used for both excel and other workbook applications…so you can use it even if you dont have excel buddy…
Hope i made this time clear @mgartner
Still any issues no worries lets sort this out buddy…