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Version: 4.0

Fraction Digits

CoreShop allows you to work with more than two digits for currency values. The default configuration looks like this:

money_decimal_precision: 2
money_decimal_factor: 100
  • money_decimal_precision: 2: This setting specifies a global precision of 2.
  • money_decimal_factor: 100: This setting is for displaying currency with a factor of 100 in the Pimcore Backend.

WARNING: If you change these settings in an existing installation with orders, products, etc., you also need to create a migration to change all the values from a precision of 2 to your new setting.

For handling payment values with a precision of, for example, 4, a new order property called paymentTotal is introduced. In payments, dealing with a precision greater than 2 isn't feasible since a currency only has, for example, 100 cents. Therefore, the total Cart/Order value is rounded to a precision of 2 in the paymentTotal value.

For example, if your Cart/Order total is "€ 1,000.5498", the payment total would be "€ 1,000.55".

To display the payment total in your cart, you can use this template:

{% if currency.convertAndFormat( != currency.convertAndFormat(cart.paymentTotal, 2, 100) %}
<td class="text-right" colspan="3">
<strong>{{ 'coreshop.ui.payment_total'|trans }}:</strong>
<td colspan="2" class="text-right cart-total-payment-price">
{{ currency.convertAndFormat(cart.paymentTotal, 2, 100) }}
{% endif %}