@ Miles J
i'm masochist ;-D
usually i try to strictly respect cake conventions.
this is the first time i notice this behavior.
cake always worked flawlessly with his "" empty false values
On 2 Feb, 19:19, Miles J <mileswjohn...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Well, why are you even using 2.0?
> On Feb 2, 8:59 am, euromark <dereurom...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > nope, tilen
> > its tinyint(1) !!!
> > ideally unsigned (cant be negative anyway)
> > thats what booleans are stored as
> > tinyint(2) is for "pseudo" enum fields or small integer values
> > On 2 Feb., 15:05, Tilen Majerle <tilen.maje...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > > for values like this, cake uses in database tinyint(2) fieldtype, where 1
> > > means true and 0 means false (compatible with form helper)
> > > --
> > > Lep pozdrav, Tilen Majerlehttp://majerle.eu
> > > 2011/2/2 Ernesto <e.fanz...@xxxxxxxxx>
> > > > Hello.
> > > > i noticed that Cake loads boolean values stored in DB as "" (empty
> > > > value) instead of 0 (zero).
> > > > is that intended?
> > > > is there a way to avoid this?
> > > > i'm using 2.0-dev
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