~perler the "fix" outlined in this thread is really just a band-aid/workaround (inserting dummy rows so the application starts, then adding 'real' rows and deleting the dummy rows), the issue needs to be fixed by updating the application to not require these dummy rows in the first place.
~rursache ~ctron I agree that things would be much easier on github/gitlab, but I wouldn't get any hopes up. Even though Vincent the developer does have a github account, in his most recent patreon post he mentioned that he just bought an annual subscription to this website/git management system and that he's a big fan of the sourcehut company.
~perler I agree that a fix must be applied on the source code but I have 0 dotnet knowledge to do it. The dev also doesn't seem too active. However I made sure to provide every step I took with examples and configs to be even easier for the next people that want to get this up and running.
On another note maybe we can move to GitHub as this platform is horrible and I'm sure more people will onboard on this project if it would be hosted on a more UI friendly and feature complete platform.
Ok, I didn't completely folllow the procedures, but can't you pack the modifications into a pull request/commit, so that the end user doesn't have jump thru all these rings?
~perler: no you can't. As ~eric-pierce mentioned, there are some minor differences in the table structure. You have to first let bird.makeup create the tables and then populate the first rows manually. Hope this will be fixed in the future! Thanks a lot ~cloutier!
ok, so I can just connect the bird.makeup container to a db container from birdsitelive?
looks a bit like an SQL error - but postgres instance is running fine.
---> System.InvalidCastException: Null object cannot be converted to a value type. at System.Convert.ChangeType(Object value, Type conversionType, IFormatProvider provider) at Dapper.SqlMapper.GetValue[T](IDataReader reader, Type effectiveType, Object val) in /_/Dapper/SqlMapper.cs:line 1275