AUI: when JSON contains 0 (zero) as integer it's not rendered in RestfullTable

When my back-end rest service is providing below Json, RestfullTable is not rendering zero values, just empty cells.

[ {
  "priority" : "CRITICAL",
  "open" : 2,
  "close" : 3,
  "resolve" : 1
}, {
  "priority" : "MAJOR",
  "open" : 1,
  "close" : 1,
  "resolve" : 0
}, {
  "priority" : "MINOR",
  "open" : 2,
  "close" : 0,
  "resolve" : 1
} ]

However, when I serialize it as strings like below it would be displayed properly.

[
    {
        "priority": "CRITICAL",
        "open": "2",
        "close": "3",
        "resolve": "1",
        "total": "6"
    },
    {
        "priority": "MAJOR",
        "open": "1",
        "close": "1",
        "resolve": "0",
        "total": "2"
    },
    {
        "priority": "MINOR",
        "open": "2",
        "close": "0",
        "resolve": "1",
        "total": "3"
    }
]

My JavaScript code is below:

AJS.$(document).ready(function(){
        metricTable = new AJS.RestfulTable({
            autoFocus: true,
            el: jQuery("#issues-status-table"),
            allowReorder: false,
            allowEdit: false,
            allowCreate: false,
            allowDelete: false,
            noEntriesMsg: "nothing to show",
            resources: {
                all: "http://amdc2798:5050/all-issues"
            },
            columns: [
                {
                    id: "priority",
                    header: "Priority"
                }, {
                    id: "open",
                    header: "Open"
                }, {
                    id: "close",
                    header: "Close"
                }, {
                    id: "resolve",
                    header: "Resolve"
                }, {
                    id: "total",
                    header: "Total"
                }             
            ]
        });
});

There is any flag I can set? Is it intentional behavior or it's a bug in AUI?

My model has int values not strings, serializing values to strings, just because some JS lib is misbehaving seams to be quite awkward.

1 answer

Some values seems to be treated to not be rendered by RESTful table. Boolean "false" seems to be another example.

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