Cloud Integration and Boolean data fields
What is Boolean data type and why is important with data mapping between two systems? having two values (usually displayed as either true or false), intended to represent the truth values of logic and Boolean algebra. DSYNC can be used for deep integration purposes and therefore has the capability to set specific field types in Boolean format.
If you do not need to send data to a system and it is a Boolean field we recommend you disable and do not sync the data element across. You do not have to sync all data fields. See the below video for a guide on how to disable the data elements you do not need to sync.
Boolean data fields can be edited within the DSYNC mapping section by clicking on the "FX" or functions item within the mapping section. If you have a data layout that indicates a Boolean field the system will expect a Boolean format to be paired against it.
If you have a data layout that indicates a Boolean field the system will expect a Boolean format to be paired against it. The map they need to have a value of “true” or “false” for the map to work correctly – the system will not send null or an empty string for this field type.
How do I set the correct Boolean field in my mapping section? To change the field type please visit your DSYNC mapping area then select the functions or fx icon to the right hand side of the data layout requiring the True or False formatting.