I updated library from 3.0.0 version to 3.10.0. I received this exception after updating:
I get this exception when cql command contains code like this:
This expression I set as a update expression in CqlQuery.Select().
When I use code like this:
everythink is ok.
It is expected behaviour or not? It is a bug?
OS Name : Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Standard
OS Version : 10.0.14393 N/A Build 14393
OS Manufacturer : Microsoft Corporation
OS Configuration : Member Server
OS Build Type : Multiprocessor Free
System Boot Time : 6/7/2019, 10:22:35 AM
System Manufacturer : Microsoft Corporation
System Model : Virtual Machine
System Type : x64-based PC
System Directory : C:\Windows\system32
System Locale : en-us;English (United States)
Hotfix(s) : 13 Hotfix(s) Installed.,: KB3186568,: KB3192137,: KB4013418,: KB4023834,:
KB4033393,: KB4035631,: KB4049065,: KB4054590,: KB4091664,: KB4132216,:
KB4465659,: KB4485447,: KB4493470
.NET Framework Version: 4.7.2
Project contains method:
It has been used
and this Update method we use like this:
Ok I was just able to reproduce the bug now, thanks for the bug report and I hope to post some news here soon.
In any case you're correct that the workaround for these "problematic" property values is to set a local variable beforehand.
From my local tests it seems that this bug occurs with static properties. As there is a simple workaround for it, this bug fix will not be included in the next patch release (3.10.1) that is currently under testing but it will be included in one of the next minor releases.
Again, thanks for the bug report!
Thanks for the fast reaction on issue!