Modification to how MongoDB Component Handles Boolean Values
The MongoDB Component now writes the Boolean value false as 0 instead of an empty string. This change was made to allow null and false to be differentiated in data sources with a nullable Boolean column.
The latest version of the MongoDB data source has altered its behavior when writing Boolean values to Keboola Connection Storage. The change involves writing the Boolean value
0 instead of an empty string.
Previously, the behavior was as follows:
The current behavior is as follows:
This modification is necessary because, in a data sources with a nullable Boolean column, it was impossible to differentiate between