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Invalid Field Size Error

Invalid Field Size Error

Invalid Field Size Error

Okay Im completely new to Pervasive SQL I need help with this issue. I am trying to display a column that is the value of two other columns multiplied together (QTYORDERD * UNITPRICE). We use a product called DbNetGrid and the code looks like this. I know this workes in SQL but not sure why it doesnt in Pervasive SQL.

                fromPart = "OEINVD"
        orderColumn = "INVNUMBER"
        columnPicker = "true"
        view = "true"
        headings = ["Invoice #","Item","QtyOrdered","Unit","Unit Price","QtyShipped","Total $"];

Any help would be very helpful.

RE: Invalid Field Size Error

What error are you getting?  If you use the PCC and issue a "SELECT (QTYORDERED * UNITPRICE) FROM OEINVD", does it work?  If so, then there's a problem with DbNetGrid.  

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