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2022-05-11 08:36:13

New to this and have been trying to build a Download to key some data from the below url

I have 2 questions:

1) How to format date
2) I get the following error and do not know how to correct

t seems like the 'Date' value is incorrect --> 01/00/1970 00:00:00 --> File :
Error parsing column 'dividendrate' --> Value: "1.10" --> File :
Error parsing column 'beta' --> Value: "0.17" --> File :
Error parsing column 'trailingpe' --> Value: "22.99" --> File :
Error parsing column 'pricetosalestrailing12months' --> Value: "0.82" --> File :
You must remove column : dividendrate - line n�0
You must remove column : beta - line n�0
You must remove column : trailingpe - line n�0
You must remove column : pricetosalestrailing12months - line n�0

ASX Fundamental data (by The trader, uploaded several months ago)
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2022-05-18 19:23:04


Sorry for the delay

1/ In the "CSV Settings" form, there is a "Date Type" and "Date separator" field along with "Time" fields.
2/ Maybe you need to specify double quotes " in the "Text Qualifiers" field to remove the double quotes for the values

Please contact support by email if you have any further questions.

2022-05-20 01:33:01


Thanks for the reply have no managed to import the data.
One more question is how to check if attribute in the json file exsist

2022-05-23 20:53:43


How do you access the json data in C#? Where?

2022-05-25 03:26:33


Hi There, This is the URL in which I access json file

string symbol = (string)Functions.GetValues("q");
Functions.AddURL("" + symbol + ".AX?modules=summaryDetail","Downloading...");

2022-05-26 12:16:52


The URL-script is just for generating URLs to be downloaded and parsed by QuantShare.
Accessing the data is done later in "CSV Settings" (programmatically using Pre-script and Post-script)

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