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Dojo Currency Textbox

Posted on 2010-08-13
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Hello, I,m using the Dojo Currency Textbox to display data from a table, the column that i,m displaying is on double format. My problem is that if  i enter a value like 15.20 the system save me 15.2 in the table and when i call my data and fill the dojo field it bring the data, but with a dojo error message because he expect data to be like 15.20, if i add a 0 to the value it delete the error. the only time it work fine is when i save a value like 15.25. I don,t know if double is the correct format to my field in the database, or if i have to change my format in the dojo Currency TextBox
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you need to add the missing zero when you get the value from the database
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I can do that but what about if the saved value is like 15.25 when it load it will be 15.250 and dojo will display the error message, i can do a logic to validate when or not to add the 0 but thats i what i don,t want to do. Is there a way to tell dojo that with only one 0 the field is ok.
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You don't add a zero every time only when it miss (when you've 1 digit after decimal point)
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That what i don,t want do to, i have over 100 currency field and if for each one i have to write logic, there is no advantage of using this dojo currency textbox.
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Thanks for the points!
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