bufferAdapter is not a VsTextDocData

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raubv0gel
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bufferAdapter is not a VsTextDocData

Post by raubv0gel » Thu 12 Nov 2020 22:01

Any help on this? Image

I have a new project using .NET 5. I’m trying to use EF 6 and Devart dotconnect.

Shalex
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Re: bufferAdapter is not a VsTextDocData

Post by Shalex » Fri 13 Nov 2020 11:37

The latest updates of Visual Studio 2019 brought a number of changes in behavior that is incompatible with older versions. Entity Developer integrated into VS2019 (Normal and Preview) has problems in a number of scenarios with saving models for .NET Core and .NET 5 projects. For now, we recommend that you use the standalone Entity Developer for .NET 5 development whenever possible to avoid losing your changes.

We are working on solving the arisen problems with VS2019.

As a temporary workaround, save the model in VS2019 via File > Save As and leave the original name. It should work this way.

raubv0gel
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Re: bufferAdapter is not a VsTextDocData

Post by raubv0gel » Fri 13 Nov 2020 12:55

Thanks for advice! Changing the Model, closing it, will prompt for saving changes – works too.

I’m looking forward to see VS 2019 16.8 and EF 5 support.

Best regards!

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