June 7th, 2010, 03:27 AM
Greatly Enhanced LINQ Capabilities in Devart ADO.NET Data Providers
Devart has recently announced the release of dotConnect products for Oracle, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and SQLite - ADO.NET providers that offer Entity Framework support, LINQ to SQL support, and contain an ORM model designer for developing LINQ to SQL and EF models based on different database engines.
New dotConnect ADO.NET Providers offer advanced LinqConnect ORM solution (formerly known as Devart LINQ support) closely compatible with Microsoft LINQ to SQL and having its own advanced features.
Devart LINQ to SQL support technology was greatly enhanced and renamed to Devart LinqConnect. Complex types were supported for more precise presentation of the denormalized table structure and for returning specific types from stored procedures and functions. Support for different configurable algorithms for primary key generation was added. LINQ performance was greatly improved. CompiledQueryCache class now allows you to manage automatic caching of compiled LINQ queries.
Password salt was supported in the ASP.NET membership providers, and the Upgrade wizard was improved.
Please, feel free to download, try, and write any comments and suggestions about our products!
Pricing and Availability
We offer a free Express edition for each product from the dotConnect product line.
A Single license price starts from as little as $99.95, and you can always choose the edition that matches your needs best. To learn more, download trial and free editions, or order a license please visit Devart site: www.devart.com/dotconnect/.
Devart is a software development company with 11 years of experience on the software market and over 20 thousands of devoted users.
We specialize in providing native connectivity solutions as well as comprehensive development and management tools for the most popular databases, including Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL, PostgreSQL, InterBase, Firebird, and SQLite.
For additional information about Devart, visit www.devart.com/company/.
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