We have a web site (still running under a secured test environment - not exposed to external world). We are extensively using the SLAM as the way functional requirements changed, it became mandatory to have relational association of data.
Following was the setup at glance:
1. MOSS 2007 running on Windows 2003 server.
2. MS-SQL 2008 as content database and SLAM database platform.
On local system these configuration was working fine and the data was getting synchronized. Please note that the local version of MOSS 2007 and MS-SQL were installed with the basic language and/or collation which is "English".
When we deployed the same on the client demo server, which has the default system language set to Dutch, things were for a toss. The MOSS 2007 installed on client domain is also a Dutch Version (and not English). The numeric fields across the site are
not getting synced properly. This is because of the fact that in dutch the coma and dot within a number format gets interchanged as compared to English version. When we try to sync the data, it gives us the error as it does not consider comma as valid character
in numeric field.
We are not able to figure out the problem here. We would appreciate a quick response as we have a very hardpressing deadline of 2 days.