I have a form containing a
outsourcing_share field, it looks something like this:
This how I have defined the form field:
... def layout(project_data, _): return html.Div( [ html.Div( [ html.P('Budget and development details', className='mb-0 h3'), html.Small('Questions marked with * are mandatory'), ], className='mb-3', ), dbc.Row( [ dbc.Col( [ ..., html.Div( [ html.P(get_label('values2-6'), style=inputStyle), numeric_input( 'values2-6', value=project_data.outsourcing_share, step=10, prefix='%', validationRule='percentage', ), ], className='mb-3', ),
Under the hood, it is using
My problem is that, for some reason, even though it allows me to introduce 0 as a valid value, after saving the data, it considers the field to be empty if it has a value of 0.
I have defined the field like this in my project’s model and in Alembic:
outsourcing_share = Column(Integer) # %
sa.Column('outsourcing_share', sa.Integer(), nullable=True),
If I type in a value of
1 for example, it doesn’t think the field is empty.
My question is, how can I make the
0 be taken as a value, not as if the form field was empty.