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New build of dotConnect for SQLite 5.17.1812 is available!

Posted: Thu 14 Jan 2021 18:35
by Devart
Dear users,

New build of dotConnect for SQLite 5.17.1812 is available for download now.

In this version:
  • The bug with blocking thread during retrieving a connection from the pool, when connections from the same pool are used in several threads, is fixed
Entity Developer
  • The new attribute DisplayName is implemented for model objects' extended properties which are available via template properties
  • The new options --ContextNamespace and --DefaultNamespace are added to the Create-Model command of Console Entity Developer
  • The new extended model property Base Context Type is added for specifying a parent class for the generated context in EF Core Model
  • The new extended properties Base Type for complex types and Base Complex Type for model are implemented in EF Core Model
  • The %type name% keyword is supported in the Base Type extended property of entities and complex types, and in Base Complex Type, Base Entity Type, Base Context Type extended model properties for setting generic base type in EF Core Model
  • Code generation is improved: RelationalIndexBuilderExtensions.HasDatabaseName is generated now instead of RelationalIndexBuilderExtensions.HasName in EF Core 5
  • Display names of extended properties in EF Core Model are updated: Entity Base is renamed to Base Type in class properties, Entity Base is renamed to Base Entity Type in model properties, Context Base is renamed to Base Context Type in model properties
  • The bug with setting additional keyboard mapping scheme via menu Options on Windows with German display language is fixed
LinqConnect (formerly known as LINQ to SQLite)
  • The new property Local is added to the Table and Table<T> classes to return a collection of the entities attached to the context
  • The new method GetEntityState(object entity) is added to Table class and ITable interface to return one of the EntityState values
  • The bug with throwing "Bad key member '...' in association '...' of type '...'." in runtime by .NET Standard compliant assemblies is fixed
Entity Framework support
  • Entity Framework Core 5.0.2 is supported
  • Entity Framework Core 3.1.11 is supported
  • The new metadata to describe autoincremental columns via annotations in EF Core Code-First Migrations are implemented

Devart development team