Devart dotConnect for MySQL Professional 8.12.1278

dotConnect for MySQL

, formerly known as MyDirect .NET, is an enhanced ORM-enabled data provider for MySQL that builds on the ADO.NET technology to present a complete solution for developing MySQL-based database applications. It introduces new approaches for designing application architecture, boosts productivity, and leverages database applications.

Fast and Advanced ADO.NET Provider

dotConnect for Oracle offers both high performance native connectivity to the Oracle database and a number of innovative development tools and technologies. It supports a wide range of Oracle-specific features, such as Advanced Queuing, Alerts, Pipes, Direct Path Loading, Change notifications, Transparent Application Failover, REF cursors, objects, packages, and others.

RAD Approach

dotConnect for Oracle provides a vast number of GUI tools that increase your productivity. It integrates into Visual Studio Server Explorer and other tools, and provides advanced visual component editors to simplify component tweaking. DataSet tools, such as DataSet Wizard, DataSet Editor, DataSet Manager, provide you an easy way to create and edit typed and untyped DataSets.

ORM Solutions

dotConnect for MySQL offers enhanced ORM support with a bundled visual designer for ORM models – Entity Developer. dotConnect for MySQL supports ADO.NET Entity Framework, NHibernate, and LinqConnect (formerly known as LINQ to MySQL) – our own ORM solution, closely compatible to Microsoft LINQ to SQL, while extending its functionality with its own features.

8.12.1278 29-Nov-18

Access to the aspnet_membership table is optimized The bug with the incorrect type of the “Comment” column in the metadata table, returned by the MySqlConnection.GetSchema(“Procedures”,…) method or DESCRIBE query for MySQL 8.0, is fixed

LinqConnect (formerly known as LINQ to MySQL) The bug with throwing “Operation could destabilize the runtime.” during materialization of result set, when query includes a cast to the base unmapped class, is fixed

Entity Developer The new Generate GeneratedCode Attributes option (by default, False) is added to the DbContext template in EF4/EF5/EF6 and the EF Core template The new Generate Dummy Comments option (by default, False) is added to the DbContext template in EF4/EF5/EF6 The code formatting is fixed in the DbContext template in EF4/EF5/EF6 and the EF Core template The code generation of DateTime.Now for the DateTime property mapped to the column with the default value NOW() is supported in EF and EF Core The code generation of DateTimeOffset.Now for the DateTimeOffset property mapped to the column with the default value NOW() is supported in EF and EF Core The bug with generating fluent mapping for the TPC inheritance by VB.NET version of DbContext template in EF4/EF5/EF6 is fixed

Entity Framework support The bug with quoting the table alias, that includes an invalid character, in the SQL query generated by EF Core is fixed The bug with generating a subquery within the IN clause in EF Core 2 is fixed The bug with generating a subselect within the CASE clause in EF Core 2 is fixed The bug with comparing columns, that use a value converter, to parameters and constants in EF Core 2 is fixed The bug with loading both Devart.Data.MySql.Entity.EF4.dll and Devart.Data.MySql.Entity.EF5.dll in the process of EF4 application is fixed The bug with loosing precision of DateTimeOffset properties in EF6 / EF Core Code-First is fixed The bug with quoting the zero date default value in the generated SQL by CreateDatabase() in EF4/EF5/EF6 is fixed

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