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Need to accomodate larger volume for OMS table YFS_SHIPMENT column Total_Volume
Field to be defined something like TOTAL_VOLUME Decimal (16,4) ... and not TOTAL_VOLUME Decimal(14,4)
At the moment the TOTAL_VOLUME(14,4) does not accomodate over sized packages when units are in mm
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How will this idea be used?
it is felt that the best way forward for this issue would be to amend the "TOTAL_VOLUME" column in DB table "YFS_SHIPMENT" table to be defined as something like TOTAL_VOLUME DECIMAL (16,4) .... and not TOTAL_VOLUME DECIMAL (14,4).
This would accommodate a volume of 999999999999.9999 = 10mX10mX10m box ... A box would never get to this size.
At the moment 14,4 allows for a volume of 9999999999.9999 cubic millimetres = 9.9999999999999 cubic metres, which is a box that is roughly a box 2.15mX2.15mX2.15m .
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