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sql number conversion

Posted on 2011-03-14
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UPDATE db_table123
SET [longNumber] = CAST([original_longNumber] as nvarchar(13))

when I copy the original column across I get for example:

153881579694 --> 1.53882e+011
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because it is not a long integer, it is float

try casting to bigint first

UPDATE db_table123
SET [longNumber] = CAST(cast([original_longNumber] as bigint) as nvarchar(13))
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