Hi Franco,

Try this:

File -> Global Preferences -> Data Type Controls (then scroll to the botton and select "Use default format").


On Tue, May 15, 2012 at 8:33 AM, Franco Morelli <fra.morelli@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi all,
   I've changed my laptop. I was using Squirrel SQL Client version 2.5 on a XP machine and it was working very fine.
Now I'm working on a Squirrel SQL Client version 3.3 on a Windows 7 64 Bit machine with JRE 64 bit.
I've connected both to a ISeries DB2 and a Postgres database but the results are displayed with the wrong (for the IT locale) decimal separator (. instead of ,) and undesired thousand separator.
In squirrel parameters I've set IT locale and also I've specified -Duser.language= it -Duser.country=IT in javaw options. Moreover , setting the separator as ',' in the driver parameters didn't resolve. No way.
Anyone could help me please?

Thanks in advance, Franco

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