commas or points for decimal fields

2012-09-08
2013-03-07
  • ismet sener

    ismet sener - 2012-09-08

    Hi there,

    Now when I make invoice  I see :
    EUR 3,500.25
    so the comma is the thousand separator, and the dot is the decimal separator
    This is fine for UK customers,

    But what about a Dutch or any other European customer,
    then I want EUR 3.500,25
    the dot as the thousand separator end the comma as teh decimal separator

    How can I use both methods in 1 system?
    I use Postgresql

    Regards,
    Ismet

     
  • ismet sener

    ismet sener - 2012-09-08

    Thanks Dirk,
    I see in the system the difference,
    When I choose the Dutch language I see EUR 3.500,25
    This works OK

    But when I print the invoice, I see still the UK method,
    This means I have to change all the reports?

     
  • ismet sener

    ismet sener - 2012-09-08

    Thanks Dirk, I will try it this weekend.

    So this measns I have to choose 1 language for that business pasrtner, and what about different languages for 1 BP (as well as English as Dutch)?

     
  • ismet sener

    ismet sener - 2012-09-08

    And also. in the Business Partner language filed, I can only choose twolanguages, English UK and English USA
    How can I add more languages?

    regards,
    Ismet

     
  • ismet sener

    ismet sener - 2012-09-12

    Dirk, Thank your for your good explanation,

    Regards,
    Ismet

     

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