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The query results cannot be enumerated more than once in LINQ

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I am getting this error while  implementing the stored procedure in LINQ.. Please see the code attached below...


Error Message : The query results cannot be enumerated more than once in LINQ...

let me know if you  want to see the method( code) ,  where I am Implementing the below mentioned code..

Please resolve it ASAP.


var q = from c in s_Validation_DL.SP_SV_COM_XOSERV_FETCH_CHARGE_ITEM_DETAILS(invoiceNumber)
 
                                where c.INV_NUMBER == invoiceNumber
 
                                select c;
 
                         foreach (var chargeItem in q)
 
                        {
 
                            if (chargeItem.IS_AQGT73200.Value)
 
                            {
 
                              }

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