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Old May 16th, 2006, 03:55 PM
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Default Binding a checkbox that contain Y/N values

I am running into the following error attempting to bind a check box with the following code:

runtime error: "String was not recognized as a valid Boolean."

code:

checkAcademicBox1.DataBindings.Add("checked",custo merDataSet, "customer.usr_sp_academic");

Any advice on how to approach this and eliminate error?

 
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This field, customer.usr_sp_academic, is of type string... for this binding to work, the filed value must be "false" or "true".... Other way is to change the field type to bool instead of string






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