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Run Time error : ITS_EXPRESSION_NOT_NUM

Dear Freinds,

When iam changing the Html templates IAC applicaion iam getting run time error as : ITS_EXPRESSION_NOT_NUM

Please find the dump analysis.

Runtime Errors ITS_EXPRESSION_NOT_NUM

Date and Time 04.01.2011 18:21:59

Short text

Template interpretation cancelled, runtime error. <<<<TRAN

What happened?

Template "templates/zhra_appraisal/99/saplzhra_appraisals_1041.html" has

triggered a runtime error in function "unknown".

Cause of error: "0.00 " could not be converted into a numerical value.

What can you do?

Call transaction SE80 and check the HTMLB program.

In SE80 choose 'Internet Service' and navigate to the relevant template.

You can find out the service, theme, and template name from the path of

the erroneous template:

"templates/zhra_appraisal/99/saplzhra_appraisals_1041.html".

Remember to publish the corrected template on the site

'INTERNAL' so that the change is activated.

Note down which actions and inputs caused the error.

To process the problem further, contact you SAP system

administrator.

Using Transaction ST22 for ABAP Dump Analysis, you can look

at and manage termination messages, and you can also

keep them for a long time.

Error analysis

The HTMLB program could not convert the character string "0.00 " into

numerical value. Check that the character string only contains valid

characters.

Could any one please let me knwo what could be the exact error as iam not sure regarding the Java Script.

regards

Divya

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