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  • How to use boolean operators in forms

    #1

    I am brand new to OS, so if anyone can link me to a user guide, that would be greatly appreciated :slight_smile:

    I’m creating a form and selected Boolean as the data type. However when inserting “True” and “False” as permissible values, I get the error message “Permissible value does not match with given data type BOOLEAN.”

    Why is this the case? What values should I use instead, as I typically use T/F for boolean data fields.

    Thanks so much!
    Aaron

    #2

    Hi @Aaron_Thomas,

    If you are selecting the ‘Boolean’ data type in the form control, you need to provide the boolean values 1 or 0 in the permissible values.

    To add the text values like True/False or Yes/No, you need to select the String type. Please refer to the Wiki page to know more about forms.

    Thanks,
    Tushar

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    #3

    This is exactly what I needed, thank you so much @Tushar_Tajane!