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DTS issue on decimal target value


DTS issue on decimal target value

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Richard Cranston
Richard Cranston
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I have a source table using an iSeries ODBC and a target table using Sql Server.
The source column is a packed data type (7,2) going to the target column decimal data type (7,2).

If the actual source value is "79.99", the target value is "79.99".
If he acutal source value is "79.90", the value in the target is "79.9".

Why does it not show the hundreth numeric placeholder value if zero.

Quick Update: This is probably not a DTS issue. I was reviewing the data in QA; and I added a new data row and the result is the same. Does not show ending zero.



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