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Subj:   Rounding for Decimal
 
From:   Mogilevsky, Boris

Hi all,

I am having a following problem.

After performing calculations like

     (abs( (0.464)* (coalesce(T1.Policy_Age_s,0))/(SUM1+3.0731) ) )
          as Reason_Cd1

     ,(abs( (0.235)* (coalesce(T1.Avg_Prop_Dmg_Covg_Prem_s,0))/(SUM1+3.0731)) )
          as Reason_Cd2

the results are being inserted into a table. Both Reason_Cd1 and reason_Cd2 are declared as DECIMAL(18,15) in that table.

T1.Policy_Age_s, T1.Avg_Prop_Dmg_Covg_Prem_s and SUM1 are declared as DECIMAL(18,10). What is happening is that Reason_Cd2 is being rounded to a closest integer which is 0 in that case. Apparently the real result is exceeding precision of DECIMAL(18,15). Can anybody advise me how to avoid this problem ?


Thanks,

Boris Mogilevsky
TERADATA Professional Services



     
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