Data Mapper Cobol Comp fields

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Data Mapper Cobol Comp fields

I have a copy book with PIC S9(007)V99 COMP fields. which is converted as integer with 2 implicit decimal in the structure.

My issue is 12.15 value in ebcdic file is getting to convert to 1215. Is there an way to retain the decimal in output ?

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Re: Data Mapper Cobol Comp fields

Hello,

The problem was that TDM does not have a notion of 'non implied' decimal sign at the moment. If you set a number of decimal places for a numeric, the decimal sign is always implied before. This issue is fixed in V 6.0.1.

We already added a property (say 'explicit decimal sign on output') at the representation level. The default would be false for backward compatibility and if turned on, then all decimals would be displayed with the decimal sign.

For more information, please have a look at this the latest online documentation:https://help.talend.com/reader/qtCMQC4G~aT_JOjfVUem9w/HMURjUOXJmrXJ54DGzFcPw 

Best regards

Sabrina

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