After sending the form, the decimal point is lost. For example, 0,78 becomes 78

This happens whenever I map p:inputNumber to the data type java.lang.Number.

asked 30.04 at 04:29

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edited 30.04 at 04:29


This problem occurs if you use a formatting locale ivy.session.setFormattingLocale(...) which use a comma as decimal separator (like Germany or Austria).

The problem seems to be a contract violation between Primefaces and JSF: https://github.com/primefaces/primefaces/issues/2147

As it looks now there is only a problem if you use java.lang.Number and Primefaces number components. This issue will be fixed with ivy 6.0.13 / 7.0.5 / 7.2. For other versions use the following workaround:

<p:inputNumber value="#{data.dataclass.myNumber}">
   <f:convertNumber type="number" locale="en" />
</p:inputNumber>
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answered 30.04 at 04:38

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edited 30.04 at 04:38

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