Getting compiler error on Type into option strict on disallows implicit conversions from 'string' to 'integer'

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#2

Hi ,
It’s just mismatch of data types .
Could you please attach workflow .


#3

Hey @ABHISHEK_yadav

I guess you are getting it at many places in your workflow? if is it so from just a guess i can say you are accessing values wrongly. you are using it inside for each? then what is your arguments? because might be this error because you are passing row(“City”).tostring() but here to access that data it is looking for an Integer index and you are passing a column name.

Above Statement totally based on Assumption :slight_smile: due to lack of data :stuck_out_tongue:

Regards…!!
Aksh


#4

Thanks for your reply i will i have provided the data in csv format


#5

Thanks for your reply
can you please send me your email id : forum is not allowing me to upload zip file


#6

Unable to attach .xaml file?


#7

yes unable to attach .xaml file


#8

d.d.padil@gmail.com


#9

can you please share the resolution of this issue on here. having exactly the same issue and have been searching everywhere for a solution.


#10

Hello guys, what’s the outcome?


#11

I had this same issue, and as was mentioned above it was because of a mismatch with my variables.

I was attempting to concatenate two variables, one a “string” type, and the other “int32” type. In order to get around this, I converted the two variables to “GenericValue”.

UIPath’s documentation for GenericValue uses an example exactly like this: