Ticket #61 (defect)
Opened 7 years ago
Last modified 7 years ago
Decimal, long, and fixedpoint should support arbitrary precision and scale
Status: closed (fixed)
|Reported by:||fumanchu||Assigned to:||fumanchu|
|Cc:||Estimate (total hours):||4|
In most of the DB storage managers, float, decimal, and fixedpoint UnitProperty? values are currently limited to the max precision, scale, or bytes of the underlying DB's numeric columns. These should all support arbitrary values via TEXT columns when outside of acceptable limits. If the UnitProperty? in question doesn't have specified precision, scale, or bytes hints, then we should default to numeric_max_precision, etc. But if these are explicitly set to a large number (or 0 to mean no limit), then we should create TEXT columns to accomodate this.
07/13/06 03:18:09: Modified by fumanchu
07/24/06 16:30:15: Modified by fumanchu
- status changed from assigned to closed.
- resolution set to fixed.
- summary changed from Decimal, float, and fixedpoint should support arbitrary precision and scale to Decimal, long, and fixedpoint should support arbitrary precision and scale.