I am using COnnection.GetSingleProperty to read the value of "RiskIndex" from "AERole" table and the risk index is "0.01". Connection.GetSingleProperty as Double returns 0 instead of 0.01. How to handle this?
What are your culture settings (Windows culture) when you execute the script? I assume your number format has something to do with that.
Did you mean Language for non unicode programs? It is "English(United States)" as of now
As our tools are unicode programs, the system culture. Is it en-us?
Forgot, can you post the code you used to convert to double?
yes it is en-us and below is my code
Dim rolerisk As Double = Connection.GetSingleProperty("AERole","RiskIndex",f.Comparison("Ident_AERole", rolename,ValType.String, CompareOperator.Equal)).Double
Ident_AErole is not a unique property. So I would suspect that you are getting more than one result, and something in your cast is broken. I'd try something more like:
public function TestDouble() As Double Dim dbRole as IEntity dbRole = Session.Source.Get("AERole","QER-AEROLE-CUSTOMADMIN-ADMIN") return dbRole.getvalue("RiskIndex").DoubleEnd function
Or create a collection object and iterate through
I am getting permission issue when I am trying to use the query which you posted. Error is
Object of type One Identity Manager application roles does not exist in database or you do not have the relevant viewing permissions.