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{"Cannot convert value 'Infinity' to Type: System.Int32."} when passing a 0 to type Int32

Posted on 2007-03-30
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I have a DataColumn of Type Int32, when I try to pass it a value of 0 in code I get this exception:
{"Cannot convert value 'Infinity' to Type: System.Int32."}

Can someone explain and tell me how to do this without raising this exception?
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by:dstanley9
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Do you have any calculated columns in the dataset?  Sounds like one of them is trying to divide by 0.
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Yes, that must be it, but my calculated columns has a formula that is testing if the value I use to divide is not 0.
Column 1 = Cadency
Column 2= QtyTotal
Column 3= NbrOfDays (Calculated Column)

NbreDays.Expression = " iif( QtyTotal > 1 AND  QtyTotal < Cadency AND Cadency > 0 ,1, QtyTotal / Cadency)"

I still get an error, even if I won't make the division if it's 0.
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If Cadency is 0, it will go to the second option in the IIF, and will divide by 0.
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