xPrice does not work when program runs this error happens => Conversion from string “75.000.000 TL” to type ‘Integer’ is not valid. but i xPrice should erase the dots and TL.
On the other hand in for each in assign Prices it fixes this problem but if write to assign activity code doesn’t work. where should i write in invoke code or what should i do.
if u need more explanation i can explain.
in the for each loop assign activity works perfectly and it is doing erasing TL and dot. It shouldn’t be like this:
my assign activity(in the for each loop) doing 75000000.
My second assign activity does this ; gets the datas from excel separate different datas, summing it and getting avg but right now without Convert.ToInt32(CurrentRow.Item("Fiyat").ToString.Replace(".","").Replace(".","").Replace("TL","")) this code does not work. i mean i wrote this code inside of the second assign activity but when i run the program, the program gets me an error.
so, i hope, i can explained my self better or not. if not what should i write or explain to you understand better? What do you need?
there is more than data it looks. i mean i have more than 200 datas. i need to separate depends on the “Semt / Mahalle” and summing the “Fiyat” and finally i need the get the avg of each “Semt/Mahalle” datas. i mean in this pic you can see 2 “Kandilli” and i need to sum ‘Fiyat’ for this picture it is 82.800.800 and get avg after all. This is the aim. But i’m doing in the 3rd picture which i shared at the beggining of the subject.
But before summing or getting avg that, i need to erase TL and dots. Your myInt is ok but i need to implement that code to my linq code (3rd picture).
I hope so far it is ok. Unless it is clear then i can explain step by step.
NOT : I can convert to English version of my columns headers If you like, to being for more understandable.