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64-bit unsigned integer data type

Hi friends,

I have one maybe stupid question

We are doing integration with sap and I need to create some tables. I need some fields with 64-bit unsigned integer.

I need it to maintain seq.controled counters. What data type in sap corresponds to 64bit u-int or 32-bit u-int? Or I have to use another data type?

thank you in advance

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  • Sep 09, 2008 at 08:00 AM

    Depending on your byte size, perhaps INT4?

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    • Former Member Matthew Billingham

      Paket decimal? ok. I supposed that low level operations with integer data type are faster

      I know how OS stack works with unsigned integer and with signed bit+floating point

      Could I use packet decimal without any problems with system performance?