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Number (10,5) [message #291441] Fri, 04 January 2008 04:09 Go to next message
vanathi
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Hi,

I declared a column with Number(10,5).
While loading data from csv to oracle, the sql loader rejects
the data 16089.38.

Please advice.
Re: Number (10,5) [message #291443 is a reply to message #291441] Fri, 04 January 2008 04:16 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Pleas post your code to prove it .

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Re: Number (10,5) [message #291444 is a reply to message #291441] Fri, 04 January 2008 04:28 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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SQL> create table t (col number(10,5));

Table created.

SQL> insert into t values(16089.38);

1 row created.

Your analysis is wrong.

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Michel
Re: Number (10,5) [message #291598 is a reply to message #291444] Sat, 05 January 2008 05:53 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Check your log file and you may get the reason for rejections.

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Kiran.

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Re: Number (10,5) [message #291599 is a reply to message #291598] Sat, 05 January 2008 05:54 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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"Record 23922: Rejected - Error on table PERFCORE3, column RETURNAFTERFEEIRR.
ORA-01438: value larger than specified precision allowed for this column"

This the log file error.
Re: Number (10,5) [message #291601 is a reply to message #291599] Sat, 05 January 2008 06:45 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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And record # 23922 looks like ... what?
Re: Number (10,5) [message #291602 is a reply to message #291441] Sat, 05 January 2008 06:48 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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It is the number of record which is rejected.

I am loading data from csv to oracle using sql loader.
Re: Number (10,5) [message #291603 is a reply to message #291602] Sat, 05 January 2008 06:53 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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I know that it is the 23922th record. I'd just like to know how it looks like, especially the part of it which is supposed to fit into the RETURNAFTERFEEIRR column.
Re: Number (10,5) [message #291604 is a reply to message #291603] Sat, 05 January 2008 07:00 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Sample rejected data

en017048,N7C006103,e,02282002,01022008,220849.73,12.49,220849.73,12.49,11302007,11302007


the control file is attached.
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Re: Number (10,5) [message #291605 is a reply to message #291441] Sat, 05 January 2008 07:01 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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the log file is attached.

Re: Number (10,5) [message #291607 is a reply to message #291605] Sat, 05 January 2008 07:25 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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So it is quite obvious; you are inserting a value larger than column's precision allows. Check this:
SQL> create table test (col number(10, 5));

Table created.

SQL> -- A value taken from your example:
SQL>
SQL> insert into test values (220849.73);
insert into test values (220849.73)
                         *
ERROR at line 1:
ORA-01438: value larger than specified precision allowed for this column


SQL> -- Now, a value which is a correct one:
SQL> insert into test values (12345.67899);

1 row created.

SQL>
It seems that you don't really understand what NUMBER(10, 5) means. Read it like this: "This column will be 10 digits long, and 5 of them will be after the decimal point, which allows max 5 digits BEFORE decimal point". Yet another example:
SQL> insert into test values (1.234566789);

1 row created.

SQL> insert into test values (12345.1234567);

1 row created.

SQL> insert into test values (12345.12);

1 row created.

SQL> insert into test values (123456.12);
insert into test values (123456.12)
                         *
ERROR at line 1:
ORA-01438: value larger than specified precision allowed for this column


SQL> select * From test;

       COL
----------
   1.23457
12345.1235
  12345.12

SQL>

In other words, you'll have to alter the table and enlarge (all?) NUMBER datatype columns in order to successfully load those records.
Re: Number (10,5) [message #291609 is a reply to message #291444] Sat, 05 January 2008 07:28 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Yes. I understood.

Michel Cadot wrote on Fri, 04 January 2008 15:58

SQL> create table t (col number(10,5));

Table created.

SQL> insert into t values(16089.38);

1 row created.

Your analysis is wrong.

Regards
Michel



But I can't understand this.
Re: Number (10,5) [message #291611 is a reply to message #291609] Sat, 05 January 2008 07:32 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Quote:

But I can't understand this.

You said:
Quote:

While loading data from csv to oracle, the sql loader rejects the data 16089.38.

And I showed you this is wrong and actually it was wrong as the bad data was 220849.73 and not 16089.38 (which is a correct one).

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Michel

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Re: Number (10,5) [message #291612 is a reply to message #291611] Sat, 05 January 2008 07:33 Go to previous message
vanathi
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Thank you friends.
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