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Decimal in Amount fields getting stored with comma in Oracle

 
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Hi All,

The Decimal separator (.) in Amount fields in my Application are getting stored as comma (,) in Oracle 11g. This is for a European client. There was some discussion today on the NLS parameter & the way it is setup for Oracle Database.
As a simple example 99.99 is stored as 99,99 and while reading the value,application reads it as 9999.00.

Is there some way to handle this at the Oracle Driver Level or any other configuration level change as we do not want to make code changes.

Please let me know
 
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Please don't post the same question multiple times. Let's continue in the other thread you've created. If someone is to help you, you'll need to provide the details I've asked for in that thread.
 
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