New features in the Entity Framework support!

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New features in the Entity Framework support!

Post by Devart » Thu 29 May 2014 13:28

Dear users,

We are glad to announce the new features that are available in the Entity Framework support in the latest version:
  • Oracle TimesTen 11g Release 1 and Oracle TimesTen 11g Release 2 are supported in the run-time of Entity Framework provider versions for EF1, EF4, EF5, and EF6 (Oracle)
  • Oracle TimesTen is supported in EDM Wizard/EDM Designer of VS 2008 SP1/VS 2010/VS 2012 and EF Tools for VS 2012/VS 2013 in the Database-First approach for creating Entity Framework models (Oracle)
  • Code-First CreateDatabase()/DatabaseExists()/DeleteDatabase() functionality is supported for Oracle TimesTen (Oracle)
  • Code-First Migrations feature is supported for Oracle TimesTen (Oracle)
  • Oracle TimesTen-specific data types are supported in Code-First / Code-First Migrations (Oracle)
  • The bug with using OracleFunctions and EntityFunctions against class properties, which are of the DATE type in SSDL, is fixed (Oracle)
  • The bug with throwing the "Unexpected query batch command" exception when using the Batch Updates functionality is fixed (MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, SQLite, DB2)
  • The bug with generating extra condition for limiting subselect by one record in generated subqueries with grouping is fixed (MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, SQLite, DB2)
  • The bug related to the inserts (for Identity columns) and updates (for Computed columns) when working with unquoted columns and when config.Workarounds.DisableQuoting is set to True is fixed (MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite)
  • The bug related to the Null Reference Exception when loading related entities with the spatial data type is fixed (PostgreSQL)
  • The bug with determining the type of local variable used in LINQ query is fixed (PostgreSQL)
Devart development team
http://www.devart.com/dotconnect/entityframework.html

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