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Alexandre TakacsSubject: [Newbie] Type conversion and formating
Author: Alexandre Takacs
Date: 25 Jan 2009 04:03 PM

Still pretty new to XSLT / Stylus Studio - I expect your indulgence :)

I am working with the XML Report feature and overall I have managed to work most things out...

I however have (probably obvious) problem where I have to map one input field into an INTEGER value, format it like "#'###" and if the value doesn't map return a custom error string... How would I do this ?!

Any pointer / help much appreciated



Alberto MassariSubject: [Newbie] Type conversion and formating
Author: Alberto Massari
Date: 27 Feb 2009 12:54 PM
Hi Alexandre,
you can enter a format-number(path, "#'###") expression, and then associate your custom error value to the NaN property of the Decimal Format tab in the properties for the whole report (available in the latest Stylus 2009 release).

Hope this helps,

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