Total Effects Differences

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    ScottL
    I just tried it and there are some slight differences which are due to rounding (of which I thought I have gotten rid of). How different are they? It would be more exagerated the larger the direct expenditure.
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    ScottL
    The scenario table was the only one that did not get updated from Single types to Double. This will be fixed in the next update. If you need to get this report done now, just use the sum of the individual scenarios. The test run should those not changing from the first test (singles) to the second test (double)
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    ZJ
    Thank you. I should have mentioned that I have done other breakdowns like the one I described and the problem has only manifested itself within this particular breakdown. In terms of scale. For output the combined direct effect was 3.8 billion, so they differences are rather exaggerated. The difference between the implan value and summed value for induced effect was over 20 million. Could you explain what you mean in your last post? I do not understand what you are referring to in regards to the scenario table.
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    ScottL
    Its programming lingo. It refers to the precision that the values are stored in the database. We used to use less precision in the olds days of limited storage and that is no longer an issue and the precision has been increased. It was just the scenario table itself that had not been converted. It is now. The 20 million difference is about 0.5% of the total.
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