New build of dotConnect for Oracle 5.70.152 is available!

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New build of dotConnect for Oracle 5.70.152 is available!

Post by AndreyR » Wed 28 Jul 2010 14:34

Dear users,

New build of dotConnect for Oracle 5.70.152 is available for download now.
This version includes:
  • Implemented capability of extending base functionality of ASP.NET providers
  • Added support for Enterprise Library 5
  • Changed the primary key of the aspnet_sessions table for ASP.NET Web providers (the ApplicationName column added)
  • Fixed bug with setting the type of null OracleLob
  • Fixed bug with Oracle Advanced Queuing for Unicode connections
  • Fixed bug with the 'date format not recognized' error in Direct mode
  • Fixed bug with DataTable in design time when using DevExpress XtraReport
  • Fixed bug with creating connection in Server Explorer (connections are removed after uninstall now)
LinqConnect (formerly known as LINQ to Oracle)
  • Added implementation of the ITable interface for the Table class
  • Changed DataContext.Log output format for Microsoft compatibility reasons
  • Fixed bug with creating XmlMappingSource object when the File Per Class model property is set to true
  • Fixed bug with IndexOutOfRangeException on the Refresh call
  • Fixed bug with CompiledQueryCache
  • Fixed bug with InvalidCastException on selecting a new anonymous
  • type
  • Fixed bug with FilePerClass and XMLMappingSource
  • Fixed bug with functions that return NVarchar values
Entity Developer
  • Added possibility of renaming associations in the model
  • Fixed bug with change tracking for inherited tables
  • Fixed bug with setting LinqConnect Entity Key when a table has both Primary and Unique keys
Entity Framework support
  • Improved select performance in case of specific double values
  • Fixed bug with association mapping in case of inheritance
  • Fixed bug with bool parameters of stored procedures
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