function lower(numeric) not found on postgresql

Questionsfunction lower(numeric) not found on postgresql
Abu Ghufran asked 3 years ago

Hi Abu,

I already bought the new library, and its working fine. except when I declare the following and try to search a numeric field, i am getting a postgresql error that

$col = array();
$col["title"] = isset($lang['HIGH']) ? $lang['HIGH'] : 'High';
$col["name"] = "px_high";
$col["dbname"] = "h.px_high";
$col["width"] = "80";
$col["sorttype"] = int;
$col["editable"] = false;
$col["align"] = "right";
$cols[] = $col;

SELECT count(*) as c FROM (SELECT a.px_date as Date, ROUND(a.px_open,2) AS open, ROUND(a.px_high,2) AS high, ROUND(a.px_low,2) AS low, ROUND(a.px_close,2) AS close, ROUND(a.adj_px_close,2) AS adj_close, a.volume, a.ex_dividend as dividend, a.split_factor as split FROM historical_prices a WHERE a.figi = 'BBG000C2V3D6' AND ( LOWER(a.px_open) LIKE LOWER('%1%') )) pg_tmp

this coming under postgresql query site

ERROR: function lower(numeric) does not exist

SQL state: 42883

Hint: No function matches the given name and argument types. You might need to add explicit type casts.

Character: 326

Can you help?


2 Answers
Abu Ghufran answered 3 years ago

You can typecast it to text:

$col["name"] = "id";
$col["dbname"] = "id::TEXT";

It will start working without any fiurther change.

CLAUDIO MELO answered 1 year ago

For me works like these exemple:

$col[“name”] = “numero_bem”; // grid column name, same as db field or alias from sql
$col[“dbname”] = “CAST(numero_bem AS TEXT)”; // postgresql problem with search

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