The Invalid Property Value error is issued in the following situations:
<property> must be set in <element>: You have a mandatory property that has not been set; for example, a Link widget with no Destination property defined.
Define a value for this mandatory property.
'Default Value' must be set to a <literal> literal: the Default Value property must be a literal; you cannot set this property with, for example, 1 + 1.
Edit the Default Value property of this element and assign a literal value.
In all the elements except session variables and site properties, you can also use one of the following built-in functions for their default values: NullDate(), NullIdentifier(), NullObject(), NullTextIdentifier(), CurrDate(), CurrTime(), CurrDateTime(), and NewLine().
<function> is not supported as default value in <element>: You have a session variable or a site property with the default value set to the function.
Edit the session variable or the site property and use a literal in the Default Value property.
'<Property>' must be set in pixels ('px') or percentage: the value of a property must be in pixels or percentage. This occurs, for example, with the Width property of a table.
Edit this property and append its value with px or %; if no measure is defined, Service Studio considers px.
<property> no longer set in <element>: You have a mandatory property whose value is no longer available or is invalid: for example, an Execute Action whose Action property does not have a value due to a Merge operation between eSpaces or because the action to execute was deleted. This message usually appears when the property is read-only and you cannot set it directly in the element.
To solve this error you must replace the element with a new element: for example, delete the Execute Action and add another one.
'<property>' cannot be set to the content of a widget: You have a Record widget that is populated with the content of another widget or the widget itself. For example a Show Record widget whose Source Record is TableRecords1.List.current.
To solve this error, edit the Source Record or Source Record List, depending on the widget, and use a variable that is not a runtime property of any of the widgets available on the screen. You must use local variables, queries, or lists evaluated in the Screen Preparation.
Property '[Name in Request/Name in Response]' has characters that are invalid when the '[Send In / Receive In]' is set to 'Header'. Make sure you only use valid header characters: You receive this error because the 'Name in Request' or 'Name in Response' property contains characters that are not valid for an HTTP request header. To solve this error, use valid characters only:
Uppercase and lowercase letters: A-Z, a-z;
These special characters: ! # $ % & * + - . ~ | _ ^
Alternatively you can change the value of the 'Send In' or 'Receive In' property, to send the parameter in the HTTP request body, or in the URL.
Clicking the symbol will take you directly to the mismatched property.
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