|Title:||C# Datatype Double range not fully supported|
|Last Modified:||2011-07-07 04:35:32|
|Version Found In:||126.96.36.199|
I wrote my own ORM library and tested all basic C# data types
from all integer types up to all real types with System.Data.SQLite.
It turnes out that real number values using the C# type "Double" are correctly supported and mapped if its value is inside the range "Single.MinValue" to "Single.MinValue". But the desired range of "Double.MinValue" to "Double.MinValue" is not driven correctly. The values occur as infinite.
My same library detects proper work with the "Devart SQLite Provider docConnect" which lets me follow that "System.Data.SQLite.dll" and/or "SQLite.Interop.dll" limits the real value range in the "Single"-type area instead of the "Double"-type area even though SQLite itself can do real values with the huge range. It is at least an issue of reading the DB. May be of writing also.
The problem is important for applications dealing with Currency values mapped to C# Double type where Single does not support a sufficient mantissa.
By the way: C# "Decimal" type is not feasible with native SQLlite so this support is not feasible and no substitution.
Kind regards efef
anonymous added on 2011-05-25 07:46:24 UTC:
anonymous added on 2011-05-29 08:08:51 UTC:
mistachkin added on 2011-07-05 07:50:13 UTC: