I have a few posts which have no answers, and I have either moved on or applied a ridiculous workaround that I want to forget it. Should I close these?

For example:


Completely empty content database


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I think the best solution to those posts is to post your workaround. I've done it before...If you don't have an answer by now, there may not be a better answer than your workaround.

  • Yeah, looking at the three up there, I remember one work around, one we never resolved and moved on, and the other i completely forget Nov 11, 2011 at 0:55
  • +1 because more information is better. Also, remember that "not possible" is also a valid answer. If you feel like your question could help someone else.. leave it open.
    – Kit Menke
    Nov 15, 2011 at 14:54
  • I've closed a question before because after I asked it, I realized that the premise on which I based it was flawed - in other words, I realized I was an idiot for asking it and that it was rather a stupid question in the first place, even though it had perpelexed me enough to ask...
    – bgmCoder
    Jul 31, 2013 at 4:02

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