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From:Jeff Mathis Date:August 5 2004 9:07pm
Subject:Re: problem with 4.1.3
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well, it appears that you are quite correct. changing the column 
definition to float(11,3) for example now does the correct thing.


sean c peters wrote:
> This is not a bug, its behaving exactly as it should. When you specify a 
> float(11,9) - you're saying an 11 digit number where 9 are after the decimal, 
> so only 2 digits are allowed before the decimal.
> 
> sean peters
> speters@stripped
> 
> 
> 
> On Thursday 05 August 2004 15:47, Jeff Mathis wrote:
> 
>>after lokking at this, it appears that our float(11,9) columns cannot
>>store an number larger than 100 or smaller than -100. the database is
>>rounding the number! If we insert numbers -100 < x < 100, then its fine.
>>
>>is there a configuration setting somewhere, or is this a known bug?
>>
>>thanks
>>
>>jeff
>>
>>Jeff Mathis wrote:
>>
>>>after upgrading from 4.0.4 to 4.1.3, we noticed that some of our
>>>float(11,9) columns refused to store anything other than the numer -100
>>>or the number 100, even though the insert or update sql clearly
>>>specifies other numbers. We've tried dropping the table and reloading
>>>the data -- same problem. we're using Connector/J to load the data.
>>>
>>>is this a know issue?
>>>
>>>jeff
>>
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> 
> 


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