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Should I ask a new question when I have the exact same problem, but my context has changed slightly, and the accepted solution no longer works?

(Question in .. question... The new "context" is that I have changed from Linq2SQL to Subsonic. And this breaks the accepted answer.)

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up vote 6 down vote accepted

Yes.

If you link to the old question and make it clear that

a) your context is different and

b) the accepted answer doesn't work

you should be OK.

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