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Cursor  Expression resolver is adding quotes incorrectly

Issue Type: Status: Priority: Date Submitted: Votes:
Bug Completed High Sat 19th Dec 2015 2 votes Vote Up Vote Down
 
Found in version: Last Updated: Completed in version: Date Completed: Track Changes:
5.0.34.1 Wed 23rd Dec 2015 5.0.35 Wed 23rd Dec 2015 Log In
 
saabieSat 19th Dec 2015 08:08
When resolving an expression containing references or item functions, quotes are being added (or not) at the wrong times.

<# IF(%object1%.Contents.Count < 2, "is", "are") #>
Count returns an integer, but the resolver puts quotes around it giving a bad expression error: "1" < 2

References and item functions that both return a key will work one way around but not the other:
<# %object2% = %object1%.Parent #> OK
<# %object1%.Parent = %object2% #> Bad expression Bag = ""Bag""

IF you add quotes around the reference then it works either way around:
<# "%object2%" = %object1%.Parent #> OK
<# %object1%.Parent = "%object2%" #> OK

While quoting the item function does not:
<# %object2% = "%object1%.Parent" #> Bad expression Bag = ""Bag""
<# "%object1%.Parent" = %object2% #> Bad expression Bag = ""Bag""

This occurs both for embedded expressions and in expression restrictions.
 
CampbellWed 23rd Dec 2015 14:01
Thanks, this should now be fixed.
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