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E1: DD: What is the Maximum Display Decimals Value that can be Entered in Data Dictionary Application (P92001)? (Doc ID 2823691.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 26, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


There is a need to create a custom Numeric Data Item with 11 decimal places for an imported table. However, EnterpriseOne does not allow two digit Display Decimals to be entered (example 11) in Data Dictionary application (P92001) when creating a custom Data Item of Numeric Data type. The maximum allowed value is 8.

If a user enters a value of 9 in the Display Decimals field, the following error is seen:

Error: Display Decimals has an invalid data dictionary value. 

Yet there are two standard data dictionary items with a Display Decimal of 9 (MN29D9 and RESLT).

What is preventing the user from entering 9 or from entering a two digit value such as 11?



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