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Jeremy Becker (jpbecker)
Wells Fargo N.A.
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jpbecker Member since 2005 29 posts
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Posted: March 8, 2017
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TrueFalse property optimized as a varchar(5)

Why does the default optimization on my setup produce a varchar(5) when I optimize the TrueFalse property? Shouldn't this be a BOOLEAN?

I noted a problem after optimizing that a report written to filter based on this property's "IsFalse" condition was raising an exception. At first, I believed it to be a data type mismatch but upon restarting the system everything shook out - even though the TF property exists in a database column as a varchar(5). I realize there's probably some "Pega-plumbing" going on to resolve this issue, but does anyone know if this is always the case with optimization of TF properties and why?

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