Decimal place and Figure screw ups #29

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GoogleCodeExporter opened this Issue Aug 27, 2015 · 8 comments

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GoogleCodeExporter commented Aug 27, 2015

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not already been reported.

What steps will reproduce the problem?
1.Entering an amount with 4 decimal places screws up input
2.Entering a huge number beyond 2,100,000,000 does not register


What is the expected output? What do you see instead?
7.5569 -> 75,569.0000
Entering more than 2,100,000,000 gives and Invalid Amount Message

What version of the product are you using? On what operating system?
Online version of Bkper and on Windows 8.1 using Chrome 64 bits


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The above problem is annoying. Also, it would be good to include up to 8 
decimal places so that we can make accounting for bitcoin and other crypto 
currencies.

Crypto currencies often go beyond to tens of billion of units because of their 
small values.

Original issue reported on code.google.com by tre...@glocalex.com on 26 Apr 2015 at 6:33

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We prioritized this issue an fix it ASP.

Thanks for reporting.

Original comment by m...@nimbustecnologia.com.br on 26 Apr 2015 at 9:25

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We prioritized this issue an fix it ASP.

Thanks for reporting.

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That was quick responsive. ;-)

It also gives me problem when importing from the google spreadsheet. It cuts it 
down to 2 decimal places. Basically figures all go haywire when it is set to 4 
decimal places. I have not tried 3 decimal places.

It would be good if you fix the above problem and increase it to 8 decimal 
places once you have fixed it.

Thanks.

Original comment by tre...@glocalex.com on 26 Apr 2015 at 10:24

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That was quick responsive. ;-)

It also gives me problem when importing from the google spreadsheet. It cuts it 
down to 2 decimal places. Basically figures all go haywire when it is set to 4 
decimal places. I have not tried 3 decimal places.

It would be good if you fix the above problem and increase it to 8 decimal 
places once you have fixed it.

Thanks.

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Allright!

We are going to increase to 8 decimal places and also review all Add-ons and 
API's to make sure it will work properly.

As soon as we have some update we keep you posted.

Cheers 

Original comment by m...@nimbustecnologia.com.br on 26 Apr 2015 at 11:21

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Allright!

We are going to increase to 8 decimal places and also review all Add-ons and 
API's to make sure it will work properly.

As soon as we have some update we keep you posted.

Cheers 

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Thank you very much. You guys are champions!

Don't forget the max input too, i.e.,  >>2.1 billion. ;-)

Original comment by tre...@glocalex.com on 26 Apr 2015 at 1:22

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Thank you very much. You guys are champions!

Don't forget the max input too, i.e.,  >>2.1 billion. ;-)

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Allright! :)

The max input is a  limitation of elastic index. We probably will be able to 
workround it and remove this validation. The only drawback is the big values 
not to be indexed, so, queries with values, for example, "val>3000000000" will 
not retrieve anything... but this is not such a big problem :)

Cheers!

Original comment by m...@nimbustecnologia.com.br on 26 Apr 2015 at 2:59

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Allright! :)

The max input is a  limitation of elastic index. We probably will be able to 
workround it and remove this validation. The only drawback is the big values 
not to be indexed, so, queries with values, for example, "val>3000000000" will 
not retrieve anything... but this is not such a big problem :)

Cheers!

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