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Boolean

M# Boolean is a high level representation of a boolean.
By adding a Boolean property, M# will generate a standard C# bool property with its XML documentation.
M# gives you flexibility by using some specific Boolean attributes allowing you to change the behaviour in your C# logic.

Creation

Type and select "Boolean" to create the property.

Attributes

False text

False text will have no effect on the database column definition or the generated C# class.
This will only replace the False value with your custom value in UI modules.
For example you may set this text value as "No" to change all your forms using this property. If your control for this property is a radio button list the false text will be "No".

Null text

Null text will have no effect on the database column definition or the generated C# class.
This will only replace the Null value with  your custom value in UI modules.
For example you may set this text value as "Registration not yet completed" to change all your forms using this property. If your control for this property is a radio button list the null text will be "Registration not yet completed".

True text

True text will have no effect on the database column definition or the generated C# class.
This will only replace the True value with your custom value in UI modules.
For example you may set this text value as "Yes" to change all your forms using this property. If your control for this property is a radio button list the true text will be "Yes".