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workarround MSSQL (RDBMS) bug with float types. Not important as far as

we don't use floats within Moodle, but XMLDB layer supports them.
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stronk7 committed Aug 25, 2009
1 parent 0e4a719 commit e871fb87bbbae58e7914be471ad210e5a42bde70
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  1. +6 −2 lib/ddl/simpletest/testddl.php
@@ -455,7 +455,7 @@ public function test_add_field() {
/// add one float field and check it (not official type - must work as number)
$field = new xmldb_field('onefloat');
$field->set_attributes(XMLDB_TYPE_FLOAT, '6,3', XMLDB_UNSIGNED, XMLDB_NOTNULL, null, 3.55);
$field->set_attributes(XMLDB_TYPE_FLOAT, '6,3', XMLDB_UNSIGNED, XMLDB_NOTNULL, null, 3.550);
$dbman->add_field($table, $field);
$this->assertTrue($dbman->field_exists($table, 'onefloat'));
$columns = $DB->get_columns('test_table1');
@@ -467,7 +467,11 @@ public function test_add_field() {
$this->assertEqual($columns['onefloat']->has_default , true);
$this->assertEqual($columns['onefloat']->default_value, 3.550);
$this->assertEqual($columns['onefloat']->meta_type ,'N');
$this->assertEqual($DB->get_field('test_table1', 'onefloat', array(), IGNORE_MULTIPLE), 3.550); //check default has been applied
// Just rounding DB information to 7 decimal digits. Fair enough to test 3.550 and avoids one nasty bug
// in MSSQL core returning wrong floats (
// In any case, floats aren't officially supported by Moodle, with number/decimal type being the correct ones, so
// this isn't a real problem at all.
$this->assertEqual(round($DB->get_field('test_table1', 'onefloat', array(), IGNORE_MULTIPLE), 7), 3.550); //check default has been applied
/// add one char field and check it
$field = new xmldb_field('onechar');

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