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From Chong Yoke Ping <chon...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Size attribute of DECIMAL data type
Date Tue, 24 May 2005 09:21:19 GMT
Hello Daniel,

    For NUMBER(5,2) in Oracle,
       you can use "type=DECIMAL" and "size=5,2".

    To see the mapping of torque data type to the respective DB column, 
you should look at the sql templates in the generator.

Cheers,
YP

Vitzethum, Daniel wrote:

>Hallo all,
>
>just a short question as I didn't find anything in the docs:
>
>- Column is defined as NUMBER(5,2) in Oracle.
>- What Torque data type is the best? DECIMAL (using Java's BigDecimal),
>DOUBLE, FLOAT?
>- What value should the size-Attribute in the schema-file be?
>
>
>Thanks in advance,
>
>Daniel
>
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