"time with time zone" or xml either a Missing Operator- (xml = text) or an Invalid Cast-Exception occurs. Here the example code, To reproduce the issue - just setup a database with a table - first add only primitive data-type rows (int , uid, string, text ect.) test it - and you'll see - update just works fine.
Then add any extended data-type, like a time value, xml etc - and the update throws the exceptions @digital-void, please check the minimal testcase in my commit above. Update(Data Row data Rows, Data Table Mapping table Mapping) at System.
Specifying a json or xml field as part of the table indeed triggers an error, but it's a backend 42804 error because npgsql sends values as text. However, it doesn't look like what you got, and moreover I can see no issue when inserting timestamps (with timezone or otherwise). Sorry that it took some time to write back - my internet connection was (is) down - I've got to work via mobile...
Please look at my testcase and try to see if there's any real difference with your code. So - for the exception call stack - it only has external code - maybe I need to include the npgsql source for more information on this. Updating Row Status Errors(Row Updating Event Args row Updated Event, Data Row data Row) at System.
But - when I have a row with some higher type, for e.g. I'm using Npgsql (184.108.40.206) via Nu Get with Target Framework 4.5 But I also tried the Npgsql download version for and with 2.0 - same issue. Update From Data Table(Data Table data Table, Data Table Mapping table Mapping) at System.
It's quite straight forward - and works well for the most primitive data types. Loading seems not to be the issue - the conversion from postgres to works fine - but on Update - the exceptions are thrown.
We will continue to update as the responses come in.
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