Symantec endpoint protection client not updating policy

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The reason we are using dependency injection is that it allows for configuring indirections between a requested token and a provided service. Multi Providers seem to be not supported by treeshakable providers which makes sense because when it comes to this variety, the token should not know the individual services in advance.

This means, we have to use the traditional API for this.

For this reason, you will very likely use in most cases.

One nice thing about this API is that we don't have to modify the module anymore for registering the service.

One of it's tasks is removing the component decorator with its meta data as it is not needed after AOT compiling and prevents for tree shaking as shown.

However, providers are a bit special: They are registered with a specific injection scope and provide a mapping between a token and a service. Hence, the Angular team needed to go one step further and this led to the API for treeshakbles providers we are looking at here.

The source code I'm using here can be found in my Git Hub repository.

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I've included such an implementation in my examples; you can look it up here.

In the last example, we needed to make sure that the .

A super type like an abstract class or an interface would at least assure compatible method signatures.

After some crazy time I discovered that our company DE-CH machines (and the machines from our customer) were using the “sane” group separator, but my code still didn’t work as expected.

The root problem (besides the stupid char choice) was this: I used the “wrong” method to get the “DE-CH” culture in my code.

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