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import issue in bit values

Posted on 2016-10-17
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i have a issue in importing bit values in to database using SqlBulkCopy
Creating object of datatable :

  tblcsv.Columns.Add("EmailOptOut");
                tblcsv.Columns.Add("IsConverted");

Mapping Table column :

           objbulk.ColumnMappings.Add("EmailOptOut", "EmailOptOut");
             objbulk.ColumnMappings.Add("IsConverted", "IsConverted");


these are the bit column in sql database.when i am trying import,it showing some error
like
 "The given value of type String from the data source cannot be converted to type money of the specified bit column"
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by:Vitor Montalvão
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Do you have null values? If so you'll need to test it first before converting.
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What are the data types of the columns in your DataTable (the one named tblcsv)? They need to be of either type System.Boolean or System.Data.SqlTypes.Bit.
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thank you for your suggestions.
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