License problem

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License problem

Post by Blave » Thu 20 Oct 2011 09:20

I'd like to buy LinqConnect, should I buy Entity Developer together?

Or the LinqConnect included Entity Developer?

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Post by StanislavK » Fri 21 Oct 2011 13:56

LinqConnect (as a product) includes the version of Entity Developer limited for working with LinqConnect models only. Thus, you don't have to purchase Entity Developer (provided that you are not going to work with other ORM solutions). For the detailed information about the LinqConnect functionality, please refer to

Also, if you are working with a single DBMS (e.g., Oracle) only, you can be interested in dotConnect for Oracle Professional instead. Besides LinqConnect, it supports Entity Framework and provides advanced Oracle-specific features, like the Direct connection mode. For more information about dotConnect for Oracle, please refer to

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