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Array of long values

Posted on 2004-04-22
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I am trying to put the id returned in a datareader into an array of long
values then put that array in a session. But I am getting this error from my
block. I want to ask if anyone could point out why I might be getting this
error.

Error
At least one element in the source array could not be cast down to the
destination array type.

<code>
        Dim PersonList As New ArrayList
        Dim PersonListArray As Long()

        Do While drPerson.Read()
            PersonList.Add(drPerson("Personid"))
        Loop
        PersonListArray = PersonList.ToArray(GetType(Long)) <== Error

        If TypeOf drPerson Is DBNull Then
            Session.Item("lngPersomid") = 0
        Else
            Session.Item("lngPersomid") = CType(PersonListArray, Long())
        End If
</code>
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Question by:ruffone
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by:jmwheeler
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try this

Dim PersonListArray() As Long    instead of Dim PersonListArray As Long()
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by:ruffone
ID: 10889666
I converted the value being return being returned from the DB from int to bigint and my code works fine now.
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