Re: [gnome-db] MySQL and floats

On 5 May 2010 12:55, Piotr Pokora <piotrek pokora gmail com> wrote:
> Stian Skjelstad pisze:
>>> I checked new_row_from_mysql_stmt and for G_TYPE_FLOAT and G_TYPE_DOUBLE
>>> case, mysql_bind_result[i].buffer is always 0,0000.
>>> column is: `created` float NOT NULL DEFAULT '0',
>>> Do I miss anything while getting data?
>> Just trowing in a quick-question just to check one thing. Is your local
>> language set to a language which uses "," as decimal mark?
> I am not sure if this is the case.
> GDA sets locale to be always C for floating types.
> So floats are stored with dot as decimal in MySQL table.
> Which is correct.
> On data fetching there's locale change too, but point is, MySQL buffer
> holds invalid (seems so) data. I used to use MySQL C API, and never had
> such problem. Though, I have never used prepared statements.
> I wonder if gda_mysql_provider_statement_execute prepare statement
> correctly. Neither float nor double is taken into account in this routine.

I've found the problem: I thought float and double could be handled
with the same code, which was wrong. I've committed a correction for
that in git/master. It seems to work correctly now for both FLOAT and
DOUBLE types.

Please let me know if you have any more problem.


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