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Hi,

I Have following expression within my SQL Calculator:

Alias: TotalAmount

Expression:
T2.HEALTH_PRICE*T2.QTY*T2.RATIO

T2.HEALTH_PRICE/P20.4
T2.QTY/P14.4
T2.RATIO/P20.4



The expression is fine, but the default Format of "TotalAmount" become P33.0 by system, but want it to be D33.6 which is contain decimal value. If I try change it after P33.0 to D33.6, all decimal value already been run off.
Is it possible to manual set the format of new inserted column by our self?

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Nox

In your source master file definition you would create a new DEFINE for that field with the appropriate format and then reference that field by name in your SQL


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I'll give it a try, Thanks


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