I am updating a quantity in my cart, but it is throwing a Sequence has no elements' exception.
And I don't know what that even means. At first I thought that maybe there was a null value being passed somewhere, but that isn't the case, as I've checked that:
Sequence contains no elements Description: An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. Please review the stack trace for more information about the error and where it originated in the code.
Exception Details: System.InvalidOperationException: Sequence contains no elements
Line 35: var uid = WebSecurity.CurrentUserId; Line 36: var newqty = Request.Form["Quantity"]; Line 37:
OModel.Cart c = (from item in database.Carts Line 38:
where item.UserId == uid && item.PartNumber == pnumber && item.OrderId == oid Line 39: select item).First();
Any ideas what could be causing this?
First() is causing this if your select returns 0 rows. You either have to catch that exception, or use
FirstOrDefault() which will return null in case of no elements.
You are using linq's First() method, which as per the documentation throws an InvalidOperationException if you are calling it on an empty collection.
If you expect the result of your query to be empty sometimes, you likely want to use FirstOrDefault(), which will return null if the collection is empty, instead of throwing an exception.