Dragging tables on design surface

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odac670src
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Dragging tables on design surface

Post by odac670src » Fri 19 Mar 2010 13:50

Hi,

When we make a direct Oracle connection for a Silverlight application, using DotConnect for Oracle we cannot drag tables onto the design surface, it gives the error: The selected object(s) use an unsupported data provider. Could you tell us how to fix this?

Regards,
Jan Kort

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odac670src
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Post by odac670src » Mon 22 Mar 2010 12:14

We found out how this works. We see there is a special Devart LINQ to SQL Model.

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