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Could not set value

4 years 5 months ago
gaston
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Could not set value #5700
Hello,
I'm trying to encode a mifare card to test something out and am encountering the following error.

"Could not set value of [field1]. Could not find any resources appropriate...."

I created an access database, I'm using an existing mifare write definition that works for other templates. Any thoughts?
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4 years 5 months ago
Craig Bechelli
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Could not set value #5701
Hi Gaston,

I do not think that the error message is displaying correctly the actual problem, it mentions Field 1, do you have a database column called field 1 that you are writing into ? Or is there a Mifare item called Field 1 ?

Also what version of CardExchange are you running ?

Regards,
Craig

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4 years 5 months ago
gaston
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Could not set value #5702
Hi Craig,
We're running 9.1.2.29 and both the database column is called field1 and so is the mifare object.
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Craig Bechelli
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Could not set value #5703
Hi Gaston,

Could you try renaming the Mifare item to something else ?
Just so we can see which one the error is relating to ?

Then once you know which one is causing the problem you can check the setup/mapping to check they are ok.

I would guess that it is the Mifare item causing the issue, could you confirm which sector/block you are writing too ?
And also how you have the data mapped for this item ?

Regards,
Craig

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gaston
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Could not set value #5704
It looks like the issue is pointing to the mifare item. The mifare item is mapped to an access database item.
4 years 5 months ago
Rutger Koperdraad
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Could not set value #5705
Hi Gaston,

Unfortunately, the underlying error message is failing to show, what makes it hard to know why it fails. Please check what type the MIFARE item is (text, hexadecimal, binary, et cetera) and what data you are trying to write to that MIFARE item. there might be a mismatch between the two.

If you cannot find a mismatch, export the card template and supply it to us for inspection, using the support e-mail address?

regards,
Rutger.

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Rutger Koperdraad
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Could not set value #5706
Hi Gaston,

I cannot reproduce your issue here with the Excel file. It sounds like your Access database is containing some non-hexadecimal characters, causing this issue. Did you reproduce it with the Excel file too? Could you please export the template via the Configuration menu instead of sending separate files?

With best regards,


Rutger Koperdraad
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