[Mono-dev] Value 6323991190089764104 is outside the valid range [ 0, 3155378975999999999 ]. Parameter name: ticks
chris.esquibel at rivetsoftware.com
Tue Jul 14 13:31:13 EDT 2009
I have also seen the following variation of this message:
Value 4671289079185280264 is outside the valid range [ 0,
3155378975999999999 ]. Parameter name: ticks
At my office we have a remoting system whereby a client application requests
data from various dispatchers. The dispatchers work as a memory cache
between the application and a database.
We had originally built everything out on windows machines, but we would
like to see if we could move a number of these workers to Mono / Linux.
Despite all of the other issues we had getting this to run, this one is
blocking us from continuing. Does anyone have any similar experiences or
ideas as to why this would pop-up in mono?
Microsoft Virtual PC 188.8.131.52
CentOS release 5.3 (Final)
I found some forums that indicate remoting / SOAP inconsistencies between
.NET 1.0 and 2.0 for the DateTime object, but they're 2 years old - surely
the patch has been accepted right? I can't find anyone who's had this
The Mono website has a couple interesting points:
"The Mono API today is somewhere in between .NET 2.0 and .NET 3.5 see our
Roadmap for details about what is implemented.
"The following APIs and technologies have partial implementations and are
As part of the Olive Project:
* Windows Communication Framework
"We are not working on any of the following deprecated APIs:
* WSE - Extensions to System.Web.Services.
Any help is much appreciated.
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