I have an issue which I could not find answer for across the web.
I am using CodeFirst EF 4.3.1 Migrations with MySQL.
My MySQL provider is Devart.
After running Add-Migration against an existing database, I got the following code:
Running Update-Database results in the following error:public partial class ChangeSet_1231 : DbMigration
public override void Up()
RenameColumn(table: "RW_TTaskInstanceProperties", name: "TaskInstance_TaskInstanceId", newName: "TaskInstanceId");
public override void Down()
RenameColumn(table: "RW_TTaskInstanceProperties", name: "TaskInstanceId", newName: "TaskInstance_TaskInstanceId");
From looking at the error details I see that the RenameColumn is translated to a MsSql command, rather than MySql command, so no wonder it reports about a syntax error.PM> Update-Database -verbose –startupprojectname "RTDataAccess"
Using NuGet project 'RTDataAccess'.
Target database is: 'rsruntime' (DataSource: localhost, Provider: Devart.Data.MySql, Origin: Explicit).
Applying explicit migrations: [201205311312361_ChangeSet_1231].
Applying explicit migration: 201205311312361_ChangeSet_1231.
ALTER TABLE RW_TTaskInstanceProperties RENAME COLUMN TaskInstance_TaskInstanceId TO TaskInstanceId
You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'COLUMN TaskInstance_TaskInstanceId TO TaskInstanceId' at line 2
Any ideas how to solve it?
I know I can use Update-Database -script, then edit the script to fit MySql and run it, but I prefer to make the Update-Database command work...