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Yes and it makes sense why it's telling you that..
Your class is not giving you a pointer to the internal record, it
expects you to send a complete record to it.
In this example, you are attempting set the members of the record
one at a time, this is not how that style works.
You need to either change the property "Write" to point directly to the
internal class instant or, create a local record, set the values and
then assign that record to the property, where it receives the complete
body at once.
That's my take on it and i am sticking to it.