What is the proper way to check for null or empty strings on dynamic objects? This is the only solution I've found so far:
if (admin.PasswordHash.GetType() == typeof(DBNull) || admin.PasswordHash == string.Empty)
If the field is null, the object returned is DBNull.Value, but if the field is empty string, it's return as a System.String object. This makes it impossible to do regular "admin.PasswordHash == DBNull.Value" check, as that will fail whenever the field has been set to empty string. Is my example the right (and only) way to go?
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