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Problem inserting latitude longitude data

Thread began 2/25/2010 10:14 am by roger391472 | Last modified 3/03/2010 7:26 pm by roger391472 | 2178 views | 19 replies


Hi Eric,

No, the latitude, longitude and track_size aren't configured that way now. I tried to add validation to them after I sent the code attachment but it didn't work. I tried it by adding the "." as an allowed character with the setting of alphanumeric but it didn't help.

And I guess the problem is not so much a validation problem as it is a data insert problem. It just will not insert a "." into the column at all. It will insert the "minus sign" however. I thought it was strange that it won't even accept a "." when the column is set to VARCHAR.

Maybe I didn't get the validation applied correctly when I tried it????

Let me know if you need the database schema or anything sent if that would help.



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