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Why does the C# SDK 2.0 only work when a query produces results?

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Perhaps similar to:


When I do:

var job = await Service.Jobs.CreateAsync(searchString);
using (var stream = await job.GetSearchResultsAsync())

I get the modal window for:

Debug.Assert(reader.NodeType == XmlNodeType.EndElement && reader.Name == "results", "Expected: ");

(here, NodeType is None and reader.Name = "")



And it is in an infinite loop with for (;;).

Again, everything works fine when the query produces results.

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Glad you found a fix! Noticed that this sounds very similar to https://github.com/splunk/splunk-sdk-csharp-pcl/issues/54 and it looks like a patch has been committed for it. I'm assuming that the patch might be included in a future release so it might be worth testing to see if it covers your specific scenario.

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New Member

I seemed to create a temporary fix.

In async Task ReadMetadataAsync()

if (metadata.FieldNames.Count > 0)

if (metadata.FieldNames.Count > 0 || reader.NodeType == XmlNodeType.None)

Not sure why the server is not returning an empty set when there are no results - something like a .

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