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I am using windows server 2008r2 server and when i run the application in my machine it shows up this error:
Line 43:             UserBL userBL = new UserBL();
Line 44:             Response.Write(Environment.UserName);
Error line:Line 45:  userBL.PSNo = Convert.ToInt64(Environment.UserName);
Line 46:             //userBL.PSNo = Convert.ToInt64(10604474);
Line 47:             //userBL.Password = ctrLogin.Password;
but the application works fine with windows xp machine.
pls help me out to correct this environment.username error.
thanks in advance
Posted 8-Jan-13 4:04am
Edited 8-Jan-13 4:11am

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Solution 1

Input string was not in a correct format.
It's pretty clear. You are trying to convert some data into a datatype that is incorrect.

Based on the line you mention, this means that username is not of type Int64. Further, AFAIK, Environment.Username is of type String. Thus, when you try to convert it into Int64, you get an error. It's a string, not an integer.

Refer: MSDN: Environment.UserName Property [^]
Marcus Kramer 8-Jan-13 10:39am
Sandeep Mewara 8-Jan-13 10:43am
Thanks :)

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