Numeric value conventions

Hello,
i'm loading some information that came
from a file (loader), and i've had some
problems about numeric format.
My server is in english, but my client is
in Portuguese. The problem is:
- in the file that i'm trying to load, i have
the number format like 12345.66;
- the portuguese format is 12345,66.
If i'm using in a english client, i can
execute without problems.
If i'm using a portuguese client, i need
to use "to_number(replace(myval,'.',',')) ".
If I'm in a english client, i use onlu this:
"to_number(myval) ".
The problem is:
- I need to execute in both environments and
I can't be changing the line every time to
execute this.
Someone could help me?
Thanks for all.
Dal Pizzol.

Ok... I have checked the settings and I find some information about this topic:
select * from nls_session_parameters; -- it show me all of regional settings;
and
alter session set NLS_NUMERIC_CHARACTERS = ".,"; -- this change the session settings.
But I need to turn it available for all connections (if I disconnect my settings goes away).
In the documentation, I could find that I should change some information in INIT.ORA; but I don't have this file in my client computer.
There is another place that i could change the settings?
Thanks.
Brazil,POA/RS 07/19/2001 - 08:54

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