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Devart.Data.Oracle v9.13.1107 Nupkg

Devart.Data.Oracle v9.13.1107 Nupkg
Devart.Data.Oracle v9.13.1107 Nupkg

dotConnect for Oracle is an enhanced database connectivity solution built over ADO.NET architecture and a development framework with a number of innovative technologies. It introduces new approaches for designing a data access layer and boosts the productivity of DB application development. dotConnect offers a complete solution for developing DB-related applications and web sites.

This package contains the .NET Standard/.NET Core compatible assemblies with general ADO.NET functionality of dotConnect for Oracle - main ADO.NET classes, Oracle data types support, etc.

This package contains only runtime features of dotConnect for Oracle. dotConnect for Oracle is also provided as an installation package (exe), which installs runtime assemblies for Full .NET Framework and a set of design-time tools, integrated into Visual Studio - Server Explorer integration, DataSet tools, Windows Forms components with powerful design-time, etc. Besides, this installer generates the trial key files required for using this package on a trial basis. You can download it at

9.13.1127 29-Oct-20

The bug with Visual Studio 2019 integration, when both v16.7 RTM and v16.8 Preview are installed on the same computer, is fixed
The bug with connecting to Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC) in the Direct mode is fixed
The bug with missing Name and Owner properties of the OracleConnection class in .NET Standard compliant assemblies is fixed

Entity Developer

The bug with reading templates from *.edps by console Entity Developer is fixed

Entity Framework support

Entity Framework Core 3.1.9 is supported
The bug with incorrect SQL translation of .Contains with a collection of more than 1000 items in EF Core 3 is fixed
The bug with generating invalid SQL for EF.Functions.Like in EF Core 3 is fixed

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