How to Repair "SqlException: A datetime2 data type was converted to a datetime data type with an out-of-range value."

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Question

SqlException: The conversion of a datetime2 data type to a datetime data type resulted in an out-of-range value.

my code is like this:

        using (var contxt = new realtydbEntities())
        {
            var status = GetStatus();

            var repIssue = new RepairIssue()
            {
                CreaterId = AuthorId,
                RepairItemDesc = this.txtDescription.Text,
                CreateDate = DateTime.Now,//here's the problem
                RepairIssueStatu = status
            };

            contxt.AddObject("RepairIssues", repIssue);
            contxt.SaveChanges();
        }

the CreateDate property mapping to a column which type is smalldatetime.

how to make this code run?

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5/8/2012 8:58:38 AM

Accepted Answer

The root of your problem is that the C# DateTime object is "bigger" than SQL's smalldatetime type. Here's a good overview of the differences: http://karaszi.com/the-ultimate-guide-to-the-datetime-datatypes

So really your options are:

  1. Change the column type from smalldatetime to datetime (or datetime2)
  2. Instead of using EF, construct your own SQL Command (and you can use SqlDateTime)
8
11/11/2018 9:28:57 PM

Popular Answer

I had the same exception, but it was because a non nullable datetime property that taking the min datetime value. That wasn't a smalldatetime at DB, but the min datetime of C# exceed the limit of min datetime of SQL. The solution was obvious, set the datetime properly. BTW, the code wasn't mine, and that's why I wasn't aware of that property :)



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