`'Declaration`

Property Xfr400CompatibleFDFFile As Boolean

`'Usage`

Dim instance As IFileTransfer Dim value As Boolean instance.Xfr400CompatibleFDFFile = value value = instance.Xfr400CompatibleFDFFile

bool Xfr400CompatibleFDFFile {get; set;}

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Xfr400CompatibleFDFFile Property

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Returns or specifies whether InfoConnect denotes a number's digit/decimal characteristics in file description files the same as Micro Focus RUMBA.

Syntax

`'Declaration`

Property Xfr400CompatibleFDFFile As Boolean

`'Usage`

Dim instance As IFileTransfer Dim value As Boolean instance.Xfr400CompatibleFDFFile = value value = instance.Xfr400CompatibleFDFFile

bool Xfr400CompatibleFDFFile {get; set;}

Exceptions

Exception | Description |
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Attachmate.Reflection.SecuredSettingException | This exception is thrown when you modify an InfoConnect property that has been secured via the Permissions Manager, or if such a modification requires Administrator privileges. |

Remarks

By default, InfoConnect counts the implied positive or negative sign and any decimal point when denoting the digit/decimal characteristics of a number in file description files. For example, InfoConnect denotes 123.45 as 7/2 (that is, seven total digits, two of which fall to the right of the decimal point).

The implied positive or negative sign represents the first digit, the numbers 123 represent the next three digits, the decimal point represents another digit, and the two numbers on the right of the decimal point (45) represent the last two digits.

RUMBA denotes the same number (123.45) as 5/2 (that is, five total digits, two of which fall to the right of the decimal point).

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