If you load in the file geodatabase feature class, does QGIS see the correct 
values? If so, is there any reason not to edit it as a file geodatabase in QGIS?

Best regards,
James
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> On Sep 23, 2016, at 06:39, Tyler Veinot <tylerkvei...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> Hello;
> I have a shapefile I exported from a filegeodatabase that has been edited by 
> a another individual and returned to me. I appended the edits to the 
> corresponding featureclass in the geodatabase using ArcDesktop then exported 
> a new shapefile to continue editing. The new shapefile for some reason will 
> only hold 7 digits yet there are numerous 10 digit numbers pre-existing. The 
> field description is double, real, 18 so why will it only accept 7 digits? 
> The field is only suppose to be a scale of 10 with a precision of 0, 
> ArcDesktop sees this but QGIS insists all values are XXXXXXXX.00000000000
> Is there a way I can change the field type?
> Has anyone had this happen to them before and have a way to fix it?
> How can I prevent this from happening again?
> Thanks
> Tyler
> (BTW: I didn't originally build this featureclass, if I had I would have used 
> longInt and not double precision in the first place.)
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