Level 3 - Advanced Training - UiDemo excercise

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#1

I am currently attempting to complete the first exercise on Level 3 (UiDemo) but i’m currently stuck on how to resolve the below issue.

Any suggestions, thanks.

“Compiler error(s) encounter processing expression “Double.TryParse(Cashln, dbl_Cashln) AND Double.TryParse(OnUsCheck, dbl_OnUsCheck) AND Double.TryParse(NotOnUsCheck, dbl_NotOnUsCheck)” ‘Cashln’ is not declared it may be inaccessible due to it’s protection level”

The issue is Cashln has already being declared please see attached image, what am I missing?

Academy2 - Assignment 1 - Try Parse - Invalid input value
#2

Anyone?

#3

Just try to delete the existing variable and create it through variable panel.

#4

Thanks, tried that but it didn’t work.

#5

Could you show us where else do you declare and use the cashIn var ?

#6

Hi @Supernova,

In flowdecision ->Condition property-> click on the copy the condition and delete the condition and click ok. now you open again paste the condition then click ok.

Regards,
Arivu :slight_smile:

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#7

Thanks Arivu but that didn’t work.

#8

Here is my Workflow

Process_Transaction_Flowchart.xaml (19.5 KB)

#9

Hi Daniel - I’ve attached my work flow. Can’t figure it out

#10

It was also used in the Assign Data sequence.

#11

Hello,

You are doing something wrong.

Now, could you please explain me what are you trying to accomplish here?
CropUiPathAssign

Second question,what do you want to do here?

It is a bit confusing for me…

Side question is it related to some sort of algorithmic trading?

Daniel

#12

Update on this issue.

The solution was deleting the variable Cashln and recreating it again. This strangely resolved the error

#13

I am facing similar issue . Getting exception while trying to fetch values from queue. can you please let me know how this issue can be resolved

#14

Sorry, just seen this.

Has this been resolved?

#15

Hi!

@Supernova I think the initial problem was that your variables were declared as type “String” instead of “QueueItem”.