Custom boolean transform function


The custom boolean transform function is used to map a value of true or false to a target field.

If you've added/updated a map shape before, you'll be used to selecting a source field and a target field. However, when a custom boolean transformation is used we don't select a source field - the custom boolean transformation is our data source.

Adding a custom boolean transform

Step 1 In your process flow, access settings for your map shape:

Step 2 Select the add transform button for the required mapping rule - for example:

Step 3 Click the add transform button:

Step 4 Click in the name field to access a list of all available transform functions, then select custom boolean:

Step 5 Move down to the value field and select your required true/false value - for example:

Step 6 Accept your changes:

...then save the transformation:

Step 7 Now you can select a target field in the usual way - for example:



Step 8 Once your mapping is complete, the row should be displayed without a source field - for example:

From here you can save changes or add more mapping rules as needed. Next time the process flow runs, the selected custom boolean value will be mapped to the given target field.

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