Specifies the maximum numeric length.
By default, GeneXus controls the most restrictive set limits so that the different platforms work in the same fashion, but it is possible to change these controls.
How to apply changes? Rebuild all objects
The value of the maximum numeric length, and the default value is 18, but it can be changed to any value between 4 and 30.
Values greater than 18 are only supported by the .Net, Java and RPG generator.
Attributes and variables are not checked when this value is changed to a value lower than 18, so it is recommended that you verify that the new value is correct.
There is a limit for numeric fields in Client/Server environments. A Client/Server DLL places the limit when it passes numeric fields as parameter. The most precise data type that is used by C is "double float". It has a precision of 15 digits. So, the limit for numeric fields in Client/Server environments is 15 digits.
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