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Currency issue

Qhoirul Anwar   ( User )

Commented 4 years ago

previously i not use native php version,


fyi, there are 2 choices from the php version 5.6


 


but I choose the native(5.6)

Marco Bridge   ( User )

Commented 4 years ago

Any screenshot of the select box? Curious about the options.

Horia Ungurean   ( User )

Commented 4 years ago

 


how do I insert a printscreen of my php extensions here?

Marco Bridge   ( User )

Commented 4 years ago

@Qhoirul


Are you there?


@Horia


https://prnt.sc

Horia Ungurean   ( User )

Commented 4 years ago

My cPanel. I'm afraid to make any changes on php extensions


https://prnt.sc/ludzhx

Denis Duliçi   ( Admin )

Commented 4 years ago

Qhoirul, can you please send us the screenshots of the modules/options checked when you change the PHP version? Both working and not-working versions, please.

Denis Duliçi   ( Admin )

Commented 4 years ago

BTW, you should keep in mind that the PHP Selector is not a feature of cPanel but the CloudLinux package which comes with modified PHP versions:


https://www.cloudlinux.com/php-selector

Eugene   ( User )

Commented 4 years ago

I have the same issue and my php 7.3 version from my hoster. There are no comment if it modified or not but akaunting is the first application whit this issue. 


I install your software via cpanel Softaculous For me, it means it must be fully compatible with my host.


Even it is some specific conflict with akaunting and some php versions you should find the reason because other php scripts do not have similar problems...


 

Eugene   ( User )

Commented 4 years ago

I think this issue is somehow related to the locale settings on the server. It seems that Akaunting does not know how to work with settings, where the comma is a decimal separator. I checked - if the database is stored 10 (10.0000) (. - is the decimal separator for MYSQL) - Akaunting show this amount as 100000,00. 


So if we are talking about the reason - yes it is on the host, but it is a bit strange to develop an application and think that every users will use the same locale settings... 

Eugene   ( User )

Commented 4 years ago

For me, the solution looks like this.


I changed both - decimal separator and thousands separator. They must be different and the decimal separator must be '.'. It works.


It could be a potential problem in excel export if it would be implemented in the future because in my local locale setting I still have a comma as decimal separator.


 

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