Apr 23, 2015 11:30 AM|Fixy|LINK
Our current web application is running on windows server 2008 (R2 I guess) w. .NET CRL 4.5 installed and project target 3.5.
We set up a new server with Windows Server 2012 R2, .NET CLR 4.5 and project target 4.5.
The globalization setting is read from the users system/browser language so this should be the same in both applications on the same test system/browser (DE [-CH]).
Now the problem is that all numbers that were formated as xxx.xx in the previous environment now are formated as xxx,xx which leads to some trouble.
It seems that the decimal sign has changed from "." to "," with the same locale (?) on the same test system/browser.
Any ideas or suggestions what could be the problem and how to fix this?
P.S. I found out that on the old environment, culture was set to "Invariant Language ..." (culture="") whilest it is "Detect automatically" (culture="auto") on the new environment.
Maybe it's best to change this back as it isn't actually used "directly" in our application?
Unfortunately, this doesn't seem to impress the ",". It's still showing "," instead of "." :(
Anybody an idea how to change this behaviour?
Thank you very much!