[Gvsig_english] decimal places with integer values? Little bug ingvSIG

Juan Lucas Dominguez Rubio jldominguez at prodevelop.es
Mon Nov 19 12:55:37 CET 2007

Yes, instead of using the constant INTEGER, Oracle databases describe integer columns as NUMERIC with SCALE = 0 (zero decimal positions), and we were not aware of that. This bug will be fixed in the next release, thank you.
Juan Lucas Domínguez Rubio
Prodevelop SL, Valencia (España)
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De: gvsig_internacional-bounces at runas.cap.gva.es en nombre de Wolfgang Qual
Enviado el: sáb 17/11/2007 9:24
Para: gvsig_internacional at runas.cap.gva.es
Asunto: [Gvsig_english] decimal places with integer values? Little bug ingvSIG

Hi list,
there is - I would guess it is - a bug in gvSIG regarding integer values. If I open a connection to a remote geodatabase (in my case Oracle spatial) using GeoBD, values of an integer column are not integer values, but decimal numbers (for example 1.0 instead of 1). I think this also happens when using the field calculator (at least: happened). Would be good, if this could be solved.
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