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fast-dinner-32080

03/14/2020, 8:22 PM
@tall-librarian-49374 How do I fix this error when trying to create a helm v3 release?
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System.InvalidOperationException: dictionary contains invalid type System.Object.
I see you merged a fix https://github.com/pulumi/pulumi/pull/4023 but I am unsure how to make sure I am using the version that includes this. I have v1.12.1 installed and using kubernetes plugin/nuget 1.6.0-alpha.1583869930+g9c001ff9
t

tall-librarian-49374

03/14/2020, 8:30 PM
Still the same error?
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fast-dinner-32080

03/14/2020, 9:57 PM
Yea I am getting the same error.
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var rancherHelmRelease = new Pulumi.Kubernetes.Helm.V3.Chart("rancher",
new ChartArgs
{
    Chart = "rancher",
    Version = args.RancherVersion,
    Namespace = cattleSystemNamespace.Metadata.Apply(x => x.Name),
    Values =
    {
        {"ingress.tls.source", "external"},
        {"tls", "external"},
        {"hostname", args.RancherDns},
        {"debug", args.RancherEnableDebug},
        {"replicas", 3}
    },
    FetchOptions = new ChartFetchArgs
    {
        Repo = "<https://releases.rancher.com/server-charts/stable>"
    }
},
new ComponentResourceOptions
{
    Provider = kubernetesProvider
});
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error: Running program '/repos/pulumi-projects/rancher-server-cluster/bin/Debug/netcoreapp3.1/rancher-server-cluster.dll' failed with an unhandled exception:
    System.InvalidOperationException: dictionary contains invalid type System.Object. Allowed types are:
        String, Boolean, Int32, Double,
        Nullable<...>, ImmutableArray<...> and ImmutableDictionary<string, ...> or
        a class explicitly marked with the [OutputTypeAttribute].
       at Pulumi.Serialization.Converter.CheckTargetType(String context, Type targetType, HashSet`1 seenTypes)
       at Pulumi.Serialization.Converter.CheckTargetType(String context, Type targetType, HashSet`1 seenTypes)
       at Pulumi.DictionaryResourceArgs..ctor(ImmutableDictionary`2 dictionary)
       at Pulumi.Kubernetes.KubernetesResource..ctor(String type, String name, ImmutableDictionary`2 dictionary, CustomResourceOptions options)
       at Pulumi.Kubernetes.Rbac.V1.ClusterRoleBinding..ctor(String name, ImmutableDictionary`2 dictionary, CustomResourceOptions options)
       at Pulumi.Kubernetes.Yaml.Parser.<>c__DisplayClass3_0.<ParseYamlObject>b__144(String id)
       at Pulumi.Output`1.<>c__DisplayClass12_0`1.<Apply>b__0(T t)
       at Pulumi.Output`1.ApplyHelperAsync[U](Task`1 dataTask, Func`2 func)
       at Pulumi.Output`1.AllHelperAsync(ImmutableArray`1 inputs)
       at Pulumi.Output`1.ApplyHelperAsync[U](Task`1 dataTask, Func`2 func)
       at Pulumi.Output`1.ApplyHelperAsync[U](Task`1 dataTask, Func`2 func)
       at Pulumi.Output`1.<TupleHelperAsync>g__GetData|20_0[T1,T2,T3,T4,T5,T6,T7,T8,X](Input`1 input)
       at Pulumi.Output`1.TupleHelperAsync[T1,T2,T3,T4,T5,T6,T7,T8](Input`1 item1, Input`1 item2, Input`1 item3, Input`1 item4, Input`1 item5, Input`1 item6, Input`1 item7, Input`1 item8)
       at Pulumi.Output`1.ApplyHelperAsync[U](Task`1 dataTask, Func`2 func)
       at Pulumi.Output`1.ApplyHelperAsync[U](Task`1 dataTask, Func`2 func)
       at Pulumi.Output`1.ApplyHelperAsync[U](Task`1 dataTask, Func`2 func)
       at Pulumi.Output`1.ApplyHelperAsync[U](Task`1 dataTask, Func`2 func)
       at Pulumi.Output`1.Pulumi.IOutput.GetDataAsync()
       at Pulumi.Serialization.Serializer.SerializeAsync(String ctx, Object prop)
       at Pulumi.Deployment.SerializeFilteredPropertiesAsync(String label, IDictionary`2 args, Predicate`1 acceptKey)
       at Pulumi.Deployment.SerializeAllPropertiesAsync(String label, IDictionary`2 args)
       at Pulumi.Deployment.RegisterResourceOutputsAsync(Resource resource, Output`1 outputs)
       at Pulumi.Deployment.Runner.WhileRunningAsync()
ill update the issue with the same information.
t

tall-librarian-49374

03/14/2020, 10:27 PM
Thanks! I will test it locally and comment on the issue.