dotConnect for PostgreSQL 7.9 is released!

dotConnect for PostgreSQL 7.9 is released!

Postby Devart » Thu 25 May 2017 17:44

Dear users,

Devart is glad to announce the release of dotConnect for PostgreSQL 7.9, Devart ADO.NET data provider for PostgreSQL with support for Entity Framework, LinqConnect (LINQ to PostgreSQL) and NHibernate. The new version offers you support for .NET Core and Entity Framework Core 1.1.2.

Since .NET Core is limited in comparison to Full .NET Framework, not all provider features, available for Full .NET Framework are also available for .NET Core. Namely, there are no DataSet and DataTable features, support for Sync Framework, Workflow Foundation, and Enterprise Library. You can see the full list of features, not supported on .NET Core, in the dotConnect for PostgreSQL documentation.

.NET Standard compatible assemblies use different licensing mechanism than assemblies for Full .NET Framework. They use either license key files placed to a specific folder (C:\ProgramData\Devart\dotConnect\License\) or license keys provided as a connection string parameter. Note that trial license key files are generated by the trial installers of our products. If you want to try the .NET Standard compatible assemblies of our products, distributed via NuGet packages, you will still need to install the product in order to obtain the trial license key file. You can find more information about technical licensing in the dotConnect for PostgreSQL documentation.

Here is the complete list of dotConnect for PostgreSQL 7.9.912 features:

  • .NET Core is supported
  • The NuGet packages with .NET Standard 1.3 (.NET Core) compliant assemblies are uploaded to www.nuget.org
  • The ProcessId property is added to PgSqlAlerterAlertEventArgs
  • The behaviour is changed: now a new GUID is generated for the MachineKeys container name when loading the application
  • The behaviour is changed: now the MachineKeys container is immediately removed after establishing a connection to the server, instead of waiting for the end of the process execution
  • The bug with previewing a DataSet is fixed
LinqConnect (formerly known as LINQ to PostgreSQL)
  • The bug with running LINQ queries, which invoke .NET methods on client side during materialization of result set, is fixed
  • The bug with materializing scalar value collection when converting values on the client side is fixed
Entity Developer
  • The .NET Core projects in Visual Studio 2017 are supported
  • The Snake case in both Model and Database naming rules is supported via the new "Add underscore" option
Entity Framework support
  • Entity Framework Core 1.1.2 is supported
  • The support of EF Core models with string columns, which are defined without length limit and participate in PKs, FKs, indices, is improved
  • The possibility to use command interception for EF6 commands executed within batch updates is implemented
  • The compatibility with ASP.NET Core Identity is improved
  • The bug with using config.CodeFirstOptions.TruncateLongDefaultNames in EF Core is fixed
  • The bug with using the ForPostgreSqlHasColumnName and ForPostgreSqlHasColumnType modelBuilder methods with the value-type properties in EF Core is fixed
  • The bug with renaming index via EF Code-First Migrations is fixed
  • The bug with paging in EF Core is fixed
  • The bug with renaming index via EF Code-First Migrations is fixed

Devart development team
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