Author Marcel Emmen on 12-21-2000 at 07:56 (EST)
I use a flatfile database for article information. This flatfile database is been generate by Ms-Access i only have one problem?
The currency format is like this: 1.800,00
it seems that your software can't handle this because it shows then 1.18
Ushop uses a . as a decimal symbol but here in Europe we use a , as a decimal and a . as thousanddecimal
Is there a way to use our , decimal iso a . or do i have to convert the decimal , to a . inside the database? This is possible but for me and others here not the best solution?
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| 1. RE: Currency format|
Author Bill Weiner on 12-22-2000 at 07:06 (EST)
|Unfortunately, there is no way to have uShop handle commas in the prices at this time. We will check into adding the ability to handle prices in that format - perhaps for a future release - but my first impression is that it will be difficult, especially since commas are used in some places as delimiters... such as in the format of the applet options. But we'll still look into it.|
For now, however, you would just have to convert your database to use decimals instead of commas.