#5748: Mssql describe() returns wrong value for integer defaults
    Reporter:  Pixilation  |          Type:  Bug   
      Status:  new         |      Priority:  Medium
   Milestone:  1.2.x.x     |     Component:  MSSQL 
     Version:  RC3         |      Severity:  Normal
    Keywords:              |   Php_version:  n/a   
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 == What I did ==
 I was trying to add multiple records like so:
 And it failed! The error message said:

 Conversion failed when converting the varchar value '(0)' to data type
 I worked out this was for a column that I wasn't even entering data for. I
 was relying on the default value of 0, but at some point this turned into
 == The cause ==
 If your default value is ''TEST'' then MsSql returns ''('TEST')''. If your
 default value is ''0'', then MsSql returns ''((0))''. The describe()
 function already filters out the outer brackets and apostrophes, but
 misses the inner brackets for integer defaults.

Ticket URL: <https://trac.cakephp.org/ticket/5748>
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