Hi, I'm having problems sending a Boolean value for a tag. I'm using the Android native sample code here.

Here's the error (hwid and application ID have been taken out):

Request manager﹕ Pushwoosh Request: {"request":{"tags":{"News":true,"Sport":"Test1"},"hwid":"xxxxxxxxxx","v":"1.0","application":"xxxxxxxxx"}}
Request manager﹕ Pushwoosh Request To: http://cp.pushwoosh.com/json/1.3/setTags
Request manager﹕ Pushwoosh Result: {"status_code":210,"status_message":"Invalid value for tag \"News\"","response":null}
Request manager﹕ ERROR: {"response":null,"status_code":210,"status_message":"Invalid value for tag \"News\""}. Response = {"response":null,"status_code":210,"status_message":"Invalid value for tag \"News\""}
java.lang.Exception: {"response":null,"status_code":210,"status_message":"Invalid value for tag \"News\""}

Setting a String tag value works fine (e. g. just setting "Sport":"Test1"). Why doesn't the Boolean value work? I've set the "News" tag to Boolean in my dashboard.

asked 01 Jul '15, 22:18
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edited 01 Jul '15, 22:19

Issue was fixed. Thans for reporting. Now you can send true/false/0/1 as value of boolean tag.

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answered 05 Jul '15, 17:39
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Ok, I've found the answer in the android documentation for the sendTags method:

tags - tags to send. Value can be String or Integer only - if not Exception will be thrown

I guess I have to build my own POST request with JSON data then?

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answered 02 Jul '15, 08:48
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edited 02 Jul '15, 08:48

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