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Getting error after login

From the Stack trace it mentions that the schedule root item is missing in your master database. There would be different Scheduled tasks defined in your config files which runs from master database. ...
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How to replace a link break (&#xa) with a comma using Regex

To answer your question specifically: Regex.Replace(vacancy.Location, "(?<!&#xa;.*)&#xa;", ", "), where (?<!&#xa;.*) is a negative lookbehind assertion. However, ...
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Getting error after login

I have just checked old releases and the file AccountInformation.cshtml has not been part of the vanilla fileset since Sitecore 8.2 Update 7. In your question, you have stated that you are running on ...
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Custom MVC Routing in Sitecore does not read Sitecore context language

The code you provided seems to be setting the scLanguage route parameter based on a hardcoded value ("ab-AB" or "de-DE") depending on the Sitecore.Context.Language.Name property. ...
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