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Upgrading to .NET 6 -ASP0014 warning

In preparation of a GraphQL workshop I'm giving later this week, I was updating my demos to .NET 7. The original demos were written in .NET 5, but with the introduction of minimal API's in .NET 6 I decided to take that route. So I removed my Startup.cs file and copied everything inside my Program.cs file:

This however resulted in the following error message(which is in fact a warning but I have 'Treat Warnings as Errors' enabled in Visual Studio):

ASP0014: Suggest using top level route registrations

In .NET 6 routes no longer need to be nested inside an UseEndpoints call, so I can rewrite the code above to get rid of this warning:

More information: ASP0014: Suggest using top level route registrations | Microsoft Learn

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