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Issue with reading Options in test harness - Options.HasProperty(string property) is failing (6 replies)

Randy
10 months ago
Randy 10 months ago

I'm trying to adjust to the 4.0 test harness, but I'm having issues.

 

In PullDataOrderTest I have specific order reader tests, and in each test I attempt to set Options using TransformDefinition.Options.SetProperty("Option1", "Option1Value", true).  When I step through the code I see that SetProperty() will add a value (TransformDefinition.Options now contains "Option1").  However, when I attempt to call TransformDefinition.Options.GetProperty("Option1") I get a NullReferenceException.  This is especially unexpected because TransformDefinition.Options.HasProperty("Option1") is returning True.

 

How should I be setting Options in the Test harness?

Is "HasProperty()" broken?  Should I be checking a different way?

Am I missing something else?

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Support
10 months ago
Support 10 months ago

HasProperty isn't broken.

Can you please send a sample of your code?

Randy
10 months ago
Randy 10 months ago

Sure, there are 3 screenshots - not sure which order they'll appear in after I attach

 

  • PullDataInterop.Initialize() calls GetReaderOptions(transformDef)
  • GetReaderOptions(transformDef) calls GetReaderOptionValue(transformDef, string)
  • GetReaderOptionValue(transformDef, string) calls transformDef.Options.HasProperty(string) which is returning true
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Support
10 months ago
Support 10 months ago

What happens when you just go GetProperty?

Support
10 months ago
Support 10 months ago

I see what's wrong...

Change....

SetProperty("Option1", "Option1Value", true)

to 

SetProperty("Option1", "Option1Value", false)

The last argument indicates whether you need to set a list property vs. a single value.

 

Randy
10 months ago
Randy 10 months ago

When I call simply "GetProperty" I get the NullReferenceException

However, when I attempt to call TransformDefinition.Options.GetProperty("Option1") I get a NullReferenceException.

Randy
10 months ago
Randy 10 months ago

Thanks for the "SetProperty" hint.

I was getting it mixed up with Transaction.SetFieldValue(field, value, true/false)

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