Email Template Is Only Displaying a Single Digit after the Decimal Although Attribute Is Set to Display Two
(Doc ID 2257245.1)
Last updated on JANUARY 29, 2019
Applies to:Oracle BigMachines CPQ Cloud Service - Version 2016 R2 to 18 A [Release 2016 to 18]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
The display of the float value in Document Designer and Email Designer differs based on the float values and Number format preference.
In addition, the following formatting issues have been identified:
- Almost all float output values are displayed with two decimal positions, but the value zero shows only one decimal position "0.0".
- If the user has comma as decimal separator, the value zero still shows a dot as decimal separator: "0.0".
- Values which are smaller than 1.0 are missing the leading zero before the decimal separator which is not what I'd expect: ".95" or ",95" depending on user number format.
- The selected "Decimal Places:" value for float attributes is completely ignored, email templates and document designer will always show 2 digits, no matter if 1 or 3 or more decimal places is selected.
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