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Format decimal numbers (in the Card)



I have form with Card for edit record, and i have the field Price(type decimal), and in the option Advanced the type format is "TextFormat.Number"


When i saved the record not decimal example € 12,34, store 1234





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Hi Giancarlodr,
What was the data source of your App? Was there a Currency column in your data source? After you submitted the record, did the data saved in the right format in your data source?


I created an App, and the data source was SharePoint Online list. In the list, I had a Currency column. When I submitted the record, the Currency was shown as “1234” in the App, but in the data source, the Currency was shown as “$1234”, just as what I formatted the column type.


If I misunderstand you, please feel free reply.


Best regards,
Mabel Mao

Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
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In the really the problem isn't the "Currency symbol", but the decimal values after dot or comma... I'm experimenting the same problem here and finding a solution... In my database (SQL Server) I have a column created as "[decimal](18, 2)" what means that I can record number like "1500.15" or "1.33", but when I create a datacard with a input text with "Format = Number", the value registered in the database is just "1500,00" or "1,00"... the insert command auto generated by Power App Not include the decimal values...


I understand this behaviour as a bug... Has anyone already registered decimal values in the database using PowerApp?



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