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08-24-2011 01:55 PM
Can you add this line after the other console.writelines? Although, I am sure this will give an error.
Console.WriteLine("groups.length: " + fgresult.groups.Length);
08-25-2011 06:34 AM
Obvisouly my locale was generating the error:
The locale I gathered was: de_DE\r\nen_US\r\nes_ES\r\nfr_FR\r\nit_IT\r\nja_JP
I changed it to en_US and it seems to work....
Do you know what is the definition of alocale ?
08-25-2011 09:33 AM
My error was to store the locale as "en_US\r\nfr_FR" instead of "en_US"
Hoo to do with multiple locale ?
The error is due to the casting of a string to a \r\n separated string, how to store them in a string to make it work with findusers and findgroups ?
Can someone be explicit with the meaning and the user of the locale ?
Thanks for your support
08-25-2011 10:35 AM
I don't think you can have multiple locales. It has been a while but I think you choose the locale during the BES installation. en_US = English, United States fr_FR = french, France
You mentioned that findusers worked. How did you specify the findUsersRequest.locale for that procedure?