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arithmetic overflow exception

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 30, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 
Hi, I have a textbox which accepts a decimal. This is stored in the db as decimal(19,5). I get an arithmetic overflow exception when i try to save a value that is greater than 14 places before the decimal.e.g. 123456789123456.36I understand that the 19 includes the 5 decimal places, so i'm trying to fix this by setting a maxlength on the textbox. What should it be? If i set it to 14, then i must enter a number with decimals and the total length can only be 14. e.g. 345678923.45If i set it to 19, it will crash for numbers greater than 14 points before the decimal. e.g 123456789123456.36Not sure how to handle this...any suggestions?


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