Am 30.08.2007, 09:08 Uhr, schrieb Lukas Zapletal
I have a problem with "total-*" variables when suming results from
MySQL 5.x. It does not work with monetary (float) numbers - only with
integers. When trying to sum floats it cointanins nulls. IMHO the
reason is in a driver because it probably do not convert numbers in
national currency format (some countries, e.g. mine, do not use dot as
separator). The problem is that the driver is outdated and old.
Is there a fixaround? How could I for example convert the numbers
explicitely? Or how do I ovverride the behaviour of the code that is
responsible for the sumarizing?
I'm not familiar with this part of MySQL but if a conversion is required
then you will probably need to access Python's locale functions in which
case you can't use ZSQL that easily. I don't reckon the driver is broken
but you're better off asking the question on the Mysqldb list.
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