I'm working on a CVP Studio application that speaks back several pieces of data after a web service call. I am using say it smart to read this data back to the caller. I am receiving the following error when I try to have it read back a numeric value.
com.audium.server.sayitsmart.SayItSmartException: SayItSmart Error - Digit: This type does not support non-numerical values. The value entered was "8200".
The value is numeric and I have replaced the value with the actual number to test and it works fine then. Anyone else run into this issue?
To answer your question, I captured the data from the web service and placed it in a session variable. The value returned was 8200. In the say it smart data field, I have the reference to the session variable. I would receive the error every time, no matter what value was returned. I then replaced the data field value with a static value of 8200 and it worked fine.
I did some additional research and found that the web service was actually returning 8,200 rather than 8200. I had to build a simple element to remove the comma and it works like a charm now. It's kind of strange that the error did not show the comma.
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