[Zope-DB] DCOracle2.1.1 problems

Smith, Neil Neil.Smith@npower.com
Wed, 17 Jul 2002 14:29:25 +0100

> If you want,  you can just change the logic in that section and you will 
> be back to the old behavior.  Alternatively, define your columns to be 
> NUMBER(9) if you want them to be integers.  I recommend the latter.

The results that I've seen are that it seems to work ok for selecting
straight columns where I've specified a precision.  However I always end up
getting a float, when I wanted an int, if there is anything odd going on
like the select being a union, or there being some calculation performed to
the column.

Like David, I'm working on Windows, and I haven't got the option of
recompiling the code, and in these circumstances the precision of the column
involved doesn't affect it.

Any suggestions?

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