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lmoelleb18-Jan-22 20:40
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Probably, but hard to say without any details. I am surprised it is not the default behavior of whatever framework he is using, so maybe the default was just changed to make it easier to debug. In ASP.NET you do for example get the "to read the error details, change this setting" message - and someone not understanding the impact might just have followed these instructions. In that case the only thing he needs to do is revert that setting. But I am not going to google the solution to every imaginable framework out there, just because the poster forgot to mention what they are using. Smile | :)
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Questionnecessity to use .Any() to check if an IEnumerable<T> result has no items without iterating over it ? Pin
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