Opened 11 years ago

Closed 11 years ago

Last modified 11 years ago

#364 closed defect (fixed)

MgDataPropertyDefinition::Length ,GetLength() and SetLength() can be assigned to with a negative value;

Reported by: jessicacao Owned by: Tom Fukushima
Priority: medium Milestone: 2.0
Component: General Version:
Severity: major Keywords: MgDataPropertyDefinition::SetLength
Cc: Trevor Wekel External ID: 985014, 1044251


MgDataPropertyDefinition::Length ,GetLength?() and SetLength?() can be assigned to with a negative value;

  1. Construct an instance of MgDataPropertyDefinition? using the following code

MgDataPropertyDefinition? dataPropDefinition = new MgDataPropertyDefinition?("dataPropDefinition");

  1. Assigned a negative value to Length and use method GetLength? to return the value

dataPropDefinition.Length = -10; Assert.AreEqual?(-10, dataPropDefinition.GetLength?());

  1. Use the method SetLength? to set a negative value, and use Length to return the value


Assert.AreEqual?(-23, dataPropDefinition.Length);

Sample code:

MgDataPropertyDefinition? dataPropDefinition = new MgDataPropertyDefinition?("dataPropDefinition");

dataPropDefinition.Length = -10;

Assert.AreEqual?(-10, dataPropDefinition.Length);

Assert.AreEqual?(-10, dataPropDefinition.GetLength?());


Assert.AreEqual?(-23 dataPropDefinition.Length);

Assert.AreEqual?(-23, dataPropDefinition.GetLength?());

Change History (3)

comment:1 Changed 11 years ago by trevorwekel

Resolution: fixed
Status: newclosed

Patch submitted by Jessica Cao

comment:2 Changed 11 years ago by ronnielouie

External ID: 985014985014, 1044251

Scale property can have negative values. When scale is negative, it means that the values must be mulitples of 10-(scale), i.e. when scale = -2, values must be multiples of 100. Refer to FDO external id 1038260.01.

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