TriggerCollection.Contains() always returns False in case Monthly Trigger.

Topics: Errors
Apr 26 at 10:10 AM
Hi,

I am not able to understand why TriggerCollection.Contains() always returns False in case Monthly Trigger even if the trigger is present. In other trigger types the collection returns correct value.

Please see the following code used by me to determine the correctness.
DateTime dt = new DateTime(1992, 06, 19, 00, 00, 00);
            TaskService ts = new TaskService();
            TaskDefinition td = ts.NewTask();

            td.Triggers.Add(new TimeTrigger(dt));// Time Trigger
            if (td.Triggers.Contains(td.Triggers[0]))
                Console.WriteLine("Returns Time TRigger");

            td.Triggers.Add(new MonthlyTrigger { StartBoundary = dt, DaysOfMonth = new[] { 1} });// Time Trigger
            Console.WriteLine(td.Triggers.Count);
            if (td.Triggers.Contains(td.Triggers[1]))
                Console.WriteLine("Returns Monthly Trigger");

            Console.ReadKey();
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Output
----------------------------
Returns Time TRigger
2
It should return True in the case of Monthly Trigger also.

Please reply if i am missing anything or a way to solve this.
Coordinator
May 1 at 10:21 PM
You found a bug in how I'm comparing MonthlyTrigger. Thank you. I have fixed it and it will be in the next release.
May 2 at 10:15 AM
When is the next release scheduled ?
Can you please suggest a kind of workaround of this situation. It's a production issue and needs to provide some fix.
Coordinator
May 3 at 1:51 AM
I just pushed version 2.5.24 that contains the fix.
Marked as answer by dahall on 5/2/2017 at 6:51 PM