“The conversion of a datetime2 data type to a datetime data type resulted in an out-of-range value.\r\nThe statement has been terminated.”
One of the many reasons is due to insertion of a row with a null value for a non-nullable DateTime column. For example, you may forget to assign a datetime value to your entity’s datetime column.
I am setting up a new project and it works fine on my local desktop. When I deploy it to IIS, it returns 404.
The IIS website was created and used .NET 2.0 by default.
- Go to IIS –> Application Pools.
- Find the website application and make sure it uses .NET Framework v4.0.30319 instead of v2.050727 and Managed pipeline mode = Integrated.
For my client, the need to copy a Android Project comes from the fact that the client wants to be able to install both a dev version and a production version of the mobile app on the same phone.
Old School Way
- Make a copy of the whole android project folder using file manager.
- Rename the folder.
- Open Android Studio, import an existing project, and select the renamed folder.
- Clean Project
- Right click on the java module and refactor –> rename. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D6o9RvWw4wk
- Rebuild Project
- Do a Find in Path and try to replace the package name and application id with the new one.
- Use flavors and build Types to either specify different applicationId or applicationIdSuffix in the app/build.gradle.