Discussion of open issues, suggestions and bugs regarding ADO.NET provider for PostgreSQL
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I have a descendant DataColumn Type with additional properties.
SqlDataTable calls CreateColumns()
to add DataColumn components to the associated PgSqlDataTable.
Instead of creating DataColum types i would like to use my custom DataColumn Type MyDataColumn
Is there a way to implement that so i can use my descendant DataColumn type with PgSqlDataTable?
What i tried now is this:
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protected override void CreateColumns()
// Replace with descendant type
for (int i = Columns.Count - 1; i > -1; i--)
MyDataColumn col = new SqlColumn();
col.ColumnName = Columns[i].ColumnName;
col.DataType = Columns[i].DataType;
This is an ugly workaround as it struggles with Primary Key and the order gets switched. I would to create MyDataColumn directy and not have to repalce them afterwards. Any help is appreciated!
- Devart Team
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We do not recommend you to override the CreateColumns method. Its implementation for PgSqlDataTable is complex, and we cannot guarantee correct work of your overridden method. Thus, it’s better to execute "base.CreateColumns();" first, as in your example, and then replace columns with new objects. You will also need to create code for replacing columns in the Constraints and PrimaryKey properties of your DataTable.