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JAXB validation - maxInclusive range

kri shan
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In the XSD maxInclusive value defined 999999.9. When i test 9999999.9 (or) 9999999.9, JAXB gives following valiadtion error.

Attribute has bad value. the value is out of range (maxInclusive specifies 999,999.875).


How 9 is converted to 875 ?
Paul Clapham
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Presumably the calculation is being done with float values (not double). However that shouldn't be a problem because the same rounding will apply to both the maxInclusive value and the number being compared to it.
 
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