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My custom number formatting function does not work. It was working fine when the site had a standard client server architecture. However, when we changed to using REST API with javascript and HTML5 the function works for most parts except cases when I need it to display 0's for decimals.

Basically, the function takes arguments a number and number of decimals and, returns the number rounded to the number of decimals passed. Below, I stripped the function to bare minimum, same as I was testing.

<cffunction name="dispCostPeriod" access="remote" returntype="string" output="false" hint="Displays costs for a given period to user">

     <cfargument name="in_decCost" type="numeric" required="yes" />

     <cfargument name="in_iRound" type="numeric" required="yes" />

  

     <cfset decRoundedNum = NumberFormat(in_decCost, "_." & RepeatString("9",in_iRound))>

     <cfreturn decRoundedNum />

</cffunction>

When I pass 55.00089 and 3, the function returns 55.001.

When I pass 55 or 55.000000 or 55.0000089 and 3, the function returns 55. And, I need 55.000.

I tried both to returntype "string" and "numeric", various masks like _.999, _.000, _.___.

I tried straight return NumberFormat(in_decCost,"_.000").

Nothing works.

I am using CF10 on Windows Server 2008.

Any help greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Gena

Can you explain how the data gets into the browser as a JSON formatted string?

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Custom number format function does not work to return 0's as decimals

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Hi

My custom number formatting function does not work. It was working fine when the site had a standard client server architecture. However, when we changed to using REST API with javascript and HTML5 the function works for most parts except cases when I need it to display 0's for decimals.

Basically, the function takes arguments a number and number of decimals and, returns the number rounded to the number of decimals passed. Below, I stripped the function to bare minimum, same as I was testing.

<cffunction name="dispCostPeriod" access="remote" returntype="string" output="false" hint="Displays costs for a given period to user">

     <cfargument name="in_decCost" type="numeric" required="yes" />

     <cfargument name="in_iRound" type="numeric" required="yes" />

  

     <cfset decRoundedNum = NumberFormat(in_decCost, "_." & RepeatString("9",in_iRound))>

     <cfreturn decRoundedNum />

</cffunction>

When I pass 55.00089 and 3, the function returns 55.001.

When I pass 55 or 55.000000 or 55.0000089 and 3, the function returns 55. And, I need 55.000.

I tried both to returntype "string" and "numeric", various masks like _.999, _.000, _.___.

I tried straight return NumberFormat(in_decCost,"_.000").

Nothing works.

I am using CF10 on Windows Server 2008.

Any help greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Gena

Can you explain how the data gets into the browser as a JSON formatted string?

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What about the mask "00.000" or "99.999"? That is, using your syntax, "00." & RepeatString("0",in_iRound) or "99." & RepeatString("9",in_iRound).

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"00.000" crashes the app. I tried "__.000". It returns " 55.000" as a string and further crashes the app. I need numeric value that will be evaluated further as a number.

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UPDATE: I called this very function from regular cfm page like that 

APPLICATION.cfc.calccostcoverage.dispCostPeriod(55,3)

And, it works as expected and returns 55.000.

Just wondering if it is something to do with how REST API returning values.

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You say you need a numeric value, but your function has string returntype. You should change the return type to numeric.

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I know I did, I tried different variations of the returntype, I mentioned this in my original post. The returned value is treated as numeric by javascript in the front end of the app and if it cant convert it to a number, the app crashes. So, even I left the returntype as a string, it is implicitly converted to a number later.

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Please show us how you actually call the function. For me, your function works fine (CF 10, Win 2008 server).

dispCostPeriod(55, 3) => 55.000

dispCostPeriod(0.00, 3) => 0.000

dispCostPeriod(55.0000089, 3) => 55.000

I can make those arguments strings or numbers, and same result.

Are you further transforming the number after converting it? How is JavaScript involved?

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Here is how I do function call


<cfset temp = APPLICATION.cfc.calccostcoverage.dispCostPeriod(55,3) />

For me it works fine too when I call it from cfm page, it does not work when call it within REST API.

I just do a call from URL:

http://10.200.5.2/rest/select/empselection


This is how it shows in the browser json dump:

"disp_price_tags": 55


I do not convert or transform it anywhere. The function works ok when I send any decimal number with decimals other than .00.


If I change the number to 55.1234, I get correct rounded value:

<cfset temp = APPLICATION.cfc.calccostcoverage.dispCostPeriod(55.1234,3) />

"disp_price_tags": 55.123

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Ok, now I understand a bit better  Please show us the JavaScript code that calls the URL and passes the value. http://10.200.5.2/rest/v2_selections/empselection does not show anything that helps see the problem. Is JavaScript used, or not? Or are you using CFHTTP to the RESTful interface (as with other examples you've posted on various forums). I need to see the actual code that is doing the RESTful call and any associated script etc.

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Here is the javascript that does REST call

exports.fetchBenefits = function (action, empPlanId) {

        var promise = rest.GET({

            url: appConfig.restPrefix + 'selections/empselections?t=' + new Date().getTime()

        }, {

            effDate: (new Date()),

            empplan_id: empPlanId,

            loginaction: action

        });

        return promise;

    };

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Put an alert() in so we can see the exact URL being called by rest.GET(). Put this line of code before the "var promise" line and paste the result back here so we can see it:

alert(appConfig.restPrefix + 'selections/empselections?t=' + new Date().getTime());

or

prompt("copy this", appConfig.restPrefix + 'selections/empselections?t=' + new Date().getTime()); // easier to cut and paste

When you put this code in, please test a few values, especially the ones that do not work, and paste the results here so we can see the URLs that do and do not work. This may yield a clue. Got to start somewhere

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the value displayed is pretty much the same as it is a REST call

/rest/v2_selections/empselections?t=14050....

On that page I have few values displayed with this function but there is only one number with no decimals.

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I'm just trying to understand where it is that you pass the value 55. With RESTful calls you pass values in URL parameters or Form fields, so where are your values passed? Can you show us the full RESTful URL that contains all of the values you pass to your CFC? if your REST call is just /rest/v2_selections/empselections?t=14050 then where are the values, such as the number you want to convert? A HTTP trace would show the call too. Just curious.

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Number 55 is from a SQL query. Originally passed to the function in 55.00000 format. But, its all the same even if I do calculation on the number and pass it to the function.

The URL is below, i dont pass any values that need to be formatted

http://10.200.5.2/rest/v2_selections/empselections?t=1404932321302&effDate=Wed+Jul+09+2014+14%3A58%3...

I am just starting out with RESTful programming and not everything is clear but, I think this is something to do with REST passing values.

Interesting pattern, instead of using custom function I did straight NumberFormat() and DollarFormat() to the number.

<cfset structBenefits["disp_price_tags"] = NumberFormat(55.0000, "_.000")>

<cfset structBenefits["disp_price_tags_dollar"] = DollarFormat(55.0000)>

Result in browser json dump:

"disp_price_tags_dollar": "$55.00",

"disp_price_tags": 55

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Is the "result in browser json dump" from the raw http response (like from the browser developer tools console) or the parsed JSON object from JavaScript code?

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I have been able to reproduce what you found. And more besides. I created the following component, using your function, and called it test.cfc:

<cfcomponent>

<cffunction name="dispCostPeriod" access="remote" returntype="numeric" output="false" hint="Displays costs for a given period to user">

    <cfargument name="in_decCost" type="numeric" required="yes" />

    <cfargument name="in_iRound" type="numeric" required="yes" />

 

    <cfset decRoundedNum = NumberFormat(in_decCost, "00." & RepeatString("0",in_iRound))>

    <cfreturn decRoundedNum />

</cffunction>

</cfcomponent>

Note that the return type is numeric. When I opened the following URLs in the browser, I got 55.0 in each case.

http://127.0.0.1:8500/workspace/cf11_proj/test.cfc?method=dispCostPeriod&in_decCost=55&in_iRound=3

http://127.0.0.1:8500/workspace/cf11_proj/test.cfc?method=dispCostPeriod&in_decCost=55.00&in_iRound=...

http://127.0.0.1:8500/workspace/cf11_proj/test.cfc?method=dispCostPeriod&in_decCost=55.000&in_iRound...

http://127.0.0.1:8500/workspace/cf11_proj/test.cfc?method=dispCostPeriod&in_decCost=55.0000000&in_iR...

If you add returnformat=json to the query-string, resulting in, for example,

http://127.0.0.1:8500/workspace/cf11_proj/test.cfc?method=dispCostPeriod&in_decCost=55.000&in_iRound...

each of the four URLs will return 55. Adding returnformat=plain instead to the URL fares just a bit better, producing 55.0 for all 4 URLs (possibly the default result we got earlier).

However, when you change the function's return type to string, each URL returns 55.000. This hints strongly at the function,

<cffunction name="dispCostPeriod" access="remote" returntype="string" output="false" hint="Displays costs for a given period to user" returnformat="plain">

     <cfargument name="in_decCost" type="numeric" required="yes" />

     <cfargument name="in_iRound" type="numeric" required="yes" />

     <cfset decRoundedNum = NumberFormat(in_decCost, "00." & RepeatString("0",in_iRound))>

     <cfreturn decRoundedNum />

</cffunction>

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I agree, I think the REST value passing may be the issue here. The function seems to works fine when I call the CFC it with any variation of 55. It always returns 55.000 in all cases. That's with returntype="string" as in your original function posted above. The returnformat="plain" does not affect things for me, as far as I can see.

Btw, In every example you've given, you still have not shown us the exact URL call that includes the value "55" You say "Number 55 is from a SQL query" but where is "55" passed to the CFC? Can you do a HTTP trace (F12/developer tools etc) of an entire session and paste it here please so we can all see the exact network communications going on? Without seeing what URLs are being called, it's really hard to rule out other issues that may be affecting things.

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from formatted or parsed json object within a browser window, i will try REST console tomorrow... office closing, have to leave now. But the actual page displays the number without decimals.

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Thanks, tribule. I appreciate the help.

I have to leave now, office is closing. I will try this tomorrow.

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Ok, hope to help. My gut is that the CFC is working, but the REST is somehow stripping your ".000" when "55.000" is returned.

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Thats what I think, REST is stripping of 0's from the number.

I tried returntype="plain" and it had no effect.

I tried your line <cfset decRoundedNum = NumberFormat(in_decCost, "00." (mask "0." works ok) & RepeatString("0",in_iRound))> and it crashed the app. The front expects number and having "00." mask forces the number to explicitly convert to string by adding extra space in front, data returns in this format:

"disp_price_tags": " 55.000"

As for network traffic, this is exactly the link I copied from the console when I click the button leading to the page that displays numbers in question:

http://10.200.5.2/rest/v2_selections/empselections?t=1405095651942&effDate=Fri+Jul+11+2014+12%3A20%3...

Below, is the REST component with relevant lines. May be here something that may raise a quesion.

<cfcomponent rest="true" restpath="empselections">

  <cffunction name="getSelections" access="remote" produces="application/json" returnType="struct" httpmethod="GET">

      <cfargument name="effDate" type="any" default="#Now()#" restargsource="query" required="no" />

      <cfargument name="empplan_id" type="numeric" default="0" restargsource="query" required="no" />

      <cfargument name="loginaction" type="string" default="live-events" restargsource="query" required="no" />

      ........

       <cfset structEmpselections["empselections"] = getCurrEmpBenefits(empplan_id = #VARIABLES.iEmpplanID#) />

       ........

  </cffunction>

  <cffunction name="getCurrEmpBenefits" access="private" returntype="array">

      <cfargument name="empplan_id" type="numeric" required="yes">

       ......

       <cfstoredproc procedure="qGetSelections" datasource="#REQUEST.dsn#" username="#REQUEST.dbusername#" password="#REQUEST.dbpassword#">

            <cfprocparam cfsqltype="CF_SQL_INTEGER" value="#ARGUMENTS.empplan_id#" dbvarname="@iEmpplanID" type="IN">tusID" type="IN">

            <cfprocresult name="getCurrBenefits">

       </cfstoredproc>

       ......

       <cfloop query="getCurrBenefits">

               ...........

            <cfset structOptionDetails = cnf_u_insempnext(qUSelections = APPLICATION.cfc.format.QueryToStruct(#getCurrBenefits#, #getCurrBenefits.CurrentRow#))>

            <cfset structOption["option_details"] = structOptionDetails />

            .............

       </cfloop>

       ........

       <cfreturn arrGroupBenefits />

  </cffunction>

<cffunction name="cnf_u_insempnext" access="private" returntype="struct">

    <cfargument name="qUSelections" required="yes" type="struct">

       .......

       <cfset structEmpUBenefits["disp_price_tags"] = APPLICATION.cfc.calccostcoverage.dispCostPeriod(structEmpUBenefits["price_tags"]), iDispCostPeriodID, iFlexRound)>

       ......

       <cfreturn structEmpUBenefits />

  </cffunction>

</cfcomponent>

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<cfset structEmpUBenefits["disp_price_tags"] = APPLICATION.cfc.calccostcoverage.dispCostPeriod(structEmpUBenefits["price_tags"]), iDispCostPeriodID, iFlexRound)>

That line has one ) symbol too many. In any case, it appears to call the dispCostPeriod function with 3 parameters instead of 2.

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I removed one parameter to simplify this. That just a flag to divide the number by 12 (monthly). In most cases its 1 so, no division is done in this case.

As for the bracket, was trying to format display ... couple of undo, redo in editor... anyway, just an accident. Syntax like that, crashes the app.

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As for network traffic, this is exactly the link I copied from the console when I click the button leading to the page that displays numbers in question:

http://10.200.5.2/rest/v2_selections/empselections?t=1405095651942&effDate=Fri+Jul+11+2014 +12%3A20%...

Any other traffic info can be useful?

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Hmm, ok it seems the empplan_id value is used to get the value 55 by passing it to a query. Is that correct?

This line is the only thing I can see that needs further scrutiny:

<cfset structEmpUBenefits["disp_price_tags"] = APPLICATION.cfc.calccostcoverage.dispCostPeriod(structEmpUBenefits["price_tags"], iDispCostPeriodID, iFlexRound)>

Can you <cfdump> these values after the above statement, and paste them back here so we can look at the results:

<cfdump var="#structEmpUBenefits['disp_price_tags']#">

<cfdump var="#structEmpUBenefits['price_tags']#">

<cfdump var="#structEmpUBenefits#">

<cfdump var="#iDispCostPeriodID#">

<cfdump var="#iFlexRound#">

Can you hard code 55 in to the call to see if it works, like this:

<cfset structEmpUBenefits["disp_price_tags"] = APPLICATION.cfc.calccostcoverage.dispCostPeriod(55, iDispCostPeriodID, iFlexRound)>

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So, here is the info, the value had changed from 55 to 29 but, still the same issue:

structEmpUBenefits['price_tags']: 29

iDispCostPeriodID: 1

iFlexRound: 3

this is cfdump structEmpUBenefits

struct

billing_rates 29

disp_billing_rates 29.000

disp_coverage $2,000.00

disp_er_share 0.000

disp_price_tags 29.000

option_notes array [empty]

option_prevselect_notes struct

cssclass green

note

empselections.prevselectedoption.note

params array

1 empselections.withcost

2 29.000

price_tags 29

As you can see here, all disp_ elements with decimals because I used the function on it and price_tags no decimal. Another element params array also has 29.000. Below the same data from the broser json formatted.

All 0 decimals are stripped.

"option_details": {

"billing_rates": 29,

"price_tags": 29,

"disp_price_tags_not_approved": 29,

"price_tags_not_approved": 29,

"disp_er_share": 0,

"option_prevselect_notes": {

"cssclass": "green",

"params": [

"empselections.withcost",

29

],

"note": "empselections.prevselectedoption.note"

},

And, I tried to hard code 55 and 55.000 ... all the same. 0's are gone. I used it in function and displayed just straight NumberFormat(55,"_.000"), same result come back from REST call and on actual page without decimals.

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Hmm, still not 100% clear to me how this app works

Btw, remove the #'s in this statement, as they are not needed:

<cfset structOptionDetails = cnf_u_insempnext(qUSelections = APPLICATION.cfc.format.QueryToStruct(#getCurrBenefits#, #getCurrBenefits.CurrentRow#))>

structEmpUBenefits looks all ok. It looks like some evaluation is being performed on the result, and the trailing zeros are removed in the process. Without seeing the whole application code, it will be hard to debug it further, sorry. I am still not sure how you get those JSON results btw. Where does the transformation to JSON(option_details) occur - perhaps that is the problem area?

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How the works? I am not sure how to describe.

I tried to display a NumberFormat(55,"0.00")

This is how it looks in browser as json formatted raw data. Not bumped around in structures and arrays inside the app. This is a top structure element that is set on 5th line of the REST component.

"testnumber": 55,

"success": true

And here is the kicker, I tried the same in Chrome REST Console this is how it looks.

  1.    "testnumber": 55.000,
  2.    "success": true


Can someone explain this? Why in Chrome REST Console the data looks as expected with 0's but, in browser window as a json formatted raw data 0's are truncated.

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Can you explain how the data gets into the browser as a JSON formatted string?

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I am an ?#!^%ot. I used JSON formatter extension. I disabled it and it and it looks ok. Now, the problem is the app itself. Somewhere in javascript it is stripping 0's.

Thanks tribule for your help. I have to shake front developers because they were pointing at me. I have never developed front end and, was totaliy lost.

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