Is it correct that a number datafield must be a round digit? Only 0 and 1 are allowed, but 0.1 seems not to be allowed.
If this is correct, is there a workaround for this?
My use case is that I would like the user to define a certain percentage step, which could be smaller than 1 (in case of a SLA).
A “number” is indeed, by definition, a rounded (whole) number.
If you want a fractional number, you should go for a “Floating point number”.
Ah makes sense, that works. For some reason, I’ve never noticed that “floating punt number” datafield before.
I checked the help page about types of datafields of course, and I missed the “floating point number” which was directly below “number” datafields.