New features in the Entity Framework support!

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New features in the Entity Framework support!

Post by Devart » Thu 20 Sep 2018 12:01

Dear users,

We are glad to announce the new features that are available in the Entity Framework support in the latest version:

  • Entity Framework Core 2.1.3 is supported
  • The bug with throwing an error by context.Database.Migrate(), when the __EFMigrationsHistory table already exists but tables being mapped by model classes are not created yet, in EF Core 2 is fixed (MySQL,Oracle, PostgreSQL, SQLite, DB2)
  • The bug with creating database objects in the same schema by several EF Core contexts in Code-First approach is fixed (Oracle, DB2)
  • The bug with creating database objects in the same schema by several EF Core contexts in Code-First approach against PostgreSQL 9.0 and earlier is fixed (PostgreSQL)
  • The bug with a memory leak in EF Core 2, when a connection is set for DbContext as an OracleConnection instance, and not via a connection string, is fixed
  • The bug with a memory leak in EF Core 2, when a connection is set for DbContext as an MySqlConnection instance, and not via a connection string, is fixed
  • The bug with a memory leak in EF Core 2, when a connection is set for DbContext as an PgSqlConnection instance, and not via a connection string, is fixed
  • The bug with a memory leak in EF Core 2, when a connection is set for DbContext as an SQLiteConnection instance, and not via a connection string, is fixed
  • The bug with a memory leak in EF Core 2, when a connection is set for DbContext as an DB2Connection instance, and not via a connection string, is fixed
Devart development team
http://www.devart.com/dotconnect/entityframework.html

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