A user asked a question on SO, to w. I have done my best to answer this question. The user accepted the answer but did not ask any further questions.
Original question from a user:
When a user accepts the answer, I usually check their profile to see if they have any other unanswered questions of interest that I could possibly answer. That's when I realized what this user was doing.
Questions created from original question's answer:
Now, the OP has posted three different questions that is no different than the original question.
What should I do when I come across such behavior?
I feel that I might have made a mistake by answering the user's question. My intention was to make it useful to others, the code sections explain what it exactly does, and not just OP but I guess it did not have the right effect on OP. I feel that all the questions listed above look same in one way or the other.I feel that the user is very lazy to put any further efforts into the input provided by others. I don't like to encourage such behavior.
I could vote to close these questions as duplicate of the original question. In my opinion, I think that is the appropriate action. Am I correct or are these valid questions in their own right?
I usually watch only questions on ssis. The user originally posted the question under ssis but further questions were posted under vb.net. How to catch this kind of behavior that does not add much value to community?
Should I flag these questions for moderator's attention, I do not want to burden moderator's unnecessarily by raising unwanted flags or should I leave a comment stating that it is not an appropriate behavior to post repeated questions?