New builds of ADO.NET Providers for Cloud Applications are available!

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Devart
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New builds of ADO.NET Providers for Cloud Applications are available!

Post by Devart » Tue 21 Dec 2021 13:39

Dear users,

New builds of ADO.NET Providers for Cloud Applications are available for download now.


The list of changes for the new builds:
  • New BigCommerce table ProductCustomsInformation was added (BigCommerce)
  • The DealsStageHistory read-only table is added (Zoho CRM)
Entity Developer
  • The model validation is improved: the errors are generated for all entities with QueryType=True in EF Core Model when EF Core version=EF Core 1 in Model Settings
  • The bug with wrong automatic assigning QueryType=True for views added to EF Core Model, when EF Core version=EF Core 1 in Model Settings, is fixed
  • The bug with throwing System.NullReferenceException when saving the changed value of the "Save connection to" option in Model Settings of EF Core Model is fixed
Entity Framework support
  • Entity Framework Core 3.1.22 is supported

Devart development team
https://www.devart.com/dotconnect/#cloud

nbhatt
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Re: New builds of ADO.NET Providers for Cloud Applications are available!

Post by nbhatt » Mon 11 Jul 2022 07:27

Encrypting volumes or Amazon Machine Images will be difficult if your AWS setup spans many regions or accounts (AMIs). You’ll be able to distribute the keys using Amazon. Another, more secure method is offered here, but publishing them anyway seems pointless. Why expose a production key in a development account at the risk of being discovered? Why take the chance of losing a key you shared with a client? By default, you may copy unencrypted AMIs to other regions and distribute them with various accounts (in the same account).

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