The ConditonOperator.Equal requires 1 value, not 0.

This error is recieved when for ConditionExpression, we would have set

AttributeName, Operator properties but haven’t set Values property.

The below code would result in the ConditonOperator.Equal requires 1 value, not 0 error.

ConditionExpression myCon = new ConditionExpression();
myCon.AttributeName = “createdbyname”;
myCon.Operator = ConditionOperator.Equal;
//line commented for reproducing error
//myCon.Values = new object[] { “username” };



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