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Currency not accepting decimal amounts

I'm going nuts here: I have a databound grid with two columns with style info set: this.gridBoundColumn2.StyleInfo.CellType = "Currency"; this.gridBoundColumn2.StyleInfo.CellValueType = typeof(System.Double); this.gridBoundColumn2.StyleInfo.Format = "C"; With this setting, and the data tied to an Access Database Table, with Double format.... Anytime I enter a decimal amount, like 1.50, into the grid control, I get "Input String was not in correct format" when I move to a diff cell. If I enter a whole number, all is fine. I've also tried setting CellType = "TextBox", instead of Currency, and get the exact same effect. I'm going nuts here...any ideas?

2 Replies

AD Administrator Syncfusion Team October 30, 2003 09:33 PM UTC

What regional settings do you have set? Have you tried entering 1,50 to see if this works?

ER ERobishaw October 30, 2003 09:53 PM UTC

Found the problem... the message was actually being generated by something I was doing in CurrentCellAcceptedChanges, but thought it was coming from the grid itself. My bad. Thanks.

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