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Scarica dotConnect for MySQL 8.10.1086

dotConnect for MySQL 8.10.1086

Da Devart  (Trial commerciale)
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dotConnect for MySQL, formerly known as MyDirect .NET, is an enhanced ORM enabled data provider for MySQL that builds on 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.

The tool supports Entity Framework, NHibernate, and LinqConnect (formerly known as LINQ to MySQL).

PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A 30 DAY PROFESSIONAL TRIAL

Titolo: dotConnect for MySQL 8.10.1086
Nome del file: dcmysql.exe
Dimensione del file: 71.63MB (75,114,688 byte)
Requisiti: Windows (Tutte le versioni)
Lingue: In più lingue
Licenza: Trial commerciale
Data di inserimento: febbraio 19, 2018
Autore: Devart
www.devart.com
MD5 Checksum: 21FDE847C3023FF7974FA9DBE9EBF1AD

The MySqlDependency class is supported in the .NET Standard 1.3 version of provider assemblies.
The behaviour is changed: if there is no access to mysql.proc, then we will connect to information_schema for MySQL 5.5.3 and higher.
The behaviour is changed: if there is no access to mysql.proc, then we will execute "SHOW CREATE [Procerdure, Function] 'proc_name'" query for MySQL lower then 5.5.3.
The bug with serializing the DateTime value with explicitly specified Invariant Culture, when assigning it to MySqlParameter, is fixed.
LinqConnect (formerly known as LINQ to MySQL):
The bug with throwing MethodAccessException by .NET Standard provider assemblies when referencing them to a project, targeting Full .NET Framework, is fixed.
Entity Developer:
Support for ASP.NET Core MVC is added to the Data Annotations Metadata template (Entity Framework models).
The bug with applying the DevartEFCoreGenerator custom tool in Visual Basic .NET Core projects is fixed (Entity Framework models).

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