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arithmetic over/underflow

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I am getting over/underflow error, below is the formula and related values:

 

UtilizedContractValue = 0

ApprovedContractValue = 0

 

$=(UtilizedContractValue/ApprovedContractValue)

 

When you open the form both values are zero initially.

 

Need help to resolve it trough 'FormCalc' 

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Hi,

Divide by zero is not a valid case, you will always get exception.

You need to put a check, in case the divisor is 0

https://experienceleaguecommunities.adobe.com/t5/adobe-livecycle-discussions/help-divide-by-zero-err...

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@AKI15A9 Can you please let us know which tool you are using ? Doesn't seem to be an issue related to AEM 

 

@kautuk_sahni 

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Hi,

Divide by zero is not a valid case, you will always get exception.

You need to put a check, in case the divisor is 0

https://experienceleaguecommunities.adobe.com/t5/adobe-livecycle-discussions/help-divide-by-zero-err...

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Thank You, but I am still getting error. Maybe my script has mistake. Can you suggest a script?

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can you try like

 

if ( ApprovedContractValue > 0 ) then (UtilizedContractValue/ApprovedContractValue) endif

 

check the guide at https://helpx.adobe.com/pdf/aem-forms/6-2/formcalc-reference.pdf