dotConnect for Oracle with NHibernate

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aheydler
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dotConnect for Oracle with NHibernate

Post by aheydler » Fri 18 Nov 2011 05:03

Can someone confirm if this link is valid please

http://www.devart.com/blogs/dotconnect/?p=1857

I am trying to do what it says however I cannot find these references

"Devart.Data.Oracle.NHibernate.NHibernateOracleConnection",
"Devart.Data.Oracle.NHibernate.NHibernateOracleCommand")

Are they supposed to be in Devart.Data.Oracle?

I am using 6.50.244

TIA

Andreas

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Post by Shalex » Fri 18 Nov 2011 13:37

The NHibernate* classes are available only in the Professional and Developer editions of dotConnect for Oracle.

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Post by aheydler » Fri 18 Nov 2011 20:05

Thanks for the reply...

As far as I am aware I am using the most recent version of professional downloaded from the user downloads area.

Will have to reinstall it again.

Andreas

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Post by Shalex » Mon 21 Nov 2011 09:30

aheydler wrote:Are they supposed to be in Devart.Data.Oracle?
Yes, they are.
aheydler wrote:Will have to reinstall it again.
Notify us about the results.

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Post by aheydler » Mon 21 Nov 2011 10:58

I sent an email to support a couple of days ago with a screenshot of what I see from vs after having deleted all traces of dotconnect & reinstalling the download from the secure url.

No idea what I am missing as I don't see any NHibernate in Devart.Data.Oracle and the exception thrown from Fluent when trying to create the session indicates to me that its not there either.

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Post by Shalex » Tue 22 Nov 2011 13:18

The classes from the Devart.Data.Oracle.NHibernate namespace are internal, that's why they are not visible in Object Browser of Visual Studio. NHibernate uses these classes via reflection, so there is no difference whether they are public or internal.

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