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Devart Entity Developer 6.3.660 Professional
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Description:
ORM stands for Object-Relational Mapping and Object Relationship Model, a programming method to convert relational model is a database model, object-oriented, and vice versa; in fact ORM as an interpreter between programming languages ​​and relational databases plays. There are several software tools for designing ORM Devart Entity Developer is one of them. This is a powerful design tool ORM for LinqConnect, NHibernate, ADO.NET Entity Framework and LINQ to SQL is. Methods and approaches Model-First and Database-First production code, this tool can be used; new ways Pyadhshdh in this tool, easier and Srtbkhshydn to operations ORM lead to and capable of designing and developing applications based on databases has provided. Facilities and Features Devart Entity Developer:
-User interface is simple and fast
-Creation of Visual editing of models without writing code XML
-Powerful code generation tools
-Check the accuracy of generated code
-optimized to work with large models CompatibilityDatabase Providers Support Entity Developer supports the following ADO.NET providers:
SQL Server:
SqlClient
SQL Server Compact:
Microsoft data provider for SQL Server CE ORM Framework Compatibility:
-Entity Framework v1 – v6
-Entity Framework Core
-NHibernate 3 and higher
-Telerik Data Access (current version)
-LINQ to SQL Database Support:
-SQL Server 2000 and higher
-MySQL 4.1 and higher
-Oracle 9 and higher
-PostgreSQL 8 and higher
-SQLite 3 and higher
-Firebird 2 and higher
-DB2 9.5 and higher IDE Compatibility:
Entity Developer integrates with Visual Studio 2008, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2015, and 2017. .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1 or higher is required for Entity Developer. Whats New:Devart Entity Developer 6.3 new features -Using an extended property of type OutputInfo is supported -Code generated for nullable properties is simplified: now T? is generated instead of System.Nullable<T> -PostgreSQL 11 is supported Entity Framework support
-Entity Framework Core 2.1 is supported -Query type support is added: classes now have the Query Type property, and if it is set to true, this class is generated as a query type -Lazy loading for Entity Framework Core 2.1 is supported: -Model now has the Use Lazy-Loading Proxies property, which enables lazy loading on the model level -Navigation properties now have the Lazy property, which enables lazy loading for a specific navigation property -Properties now have the Constructor Parameter property, for configuring a parametrized constructor of the class -An additional constructor that accepts DbContextOptions as an argument is added to the DbContext class descendant in the VB.NET version of the DbContext template for EF Core. -The “Include Environment Variables” property, determining whether context configuration will be extended with environment variables when a connection string the appsettings.json file is used, is added to the EF Core template -The “Json File Base Path” property, specifying the base path for file-based providers when a connection string the appsettings.json file is used, is added to the EF Core template -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 a default value for the String property mapped to the column with a default value, that contains a unicode literal with N-prefix, is supported in EF and EF Core -The code generation of DateTime.Now for the DateTime property mapped to the column with the default value SYSDATETIME is supported in EF and EF Core -The code generation of DateTime.UtcNow for the DateTime property mapped to the column with the default value GETUTCDATE or SYSUTCDATETIME 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 SYSDATETIMEOFFSET or GETDATE is supported in EF and EF Core -The code generation of DateTimeOffset.UtcNow for the DateTimeOffset property mapped to the column with the default value GETUTCDATE or SYSUTCDATETIME is supported in EF and EF Core -The code generation of a default value for the Guid property mapped to the column with the default value NEWID or NEWSEQUENTIALID is supported in EF1/EF4/EF5/EF6 -The code generation of a default value for the Boolean property mapped to the column with the numeric default value is supported in EF1/EF4/EF5/EF6 -The multiple select functionality in EF Core Model is improved: now it allows setting PrimaryKey, ValueGenerated, Concurrency for several properties simultaneously NHibernate support
-The possibility to set parameters for Generator=native is implemented -PostgreSQL 11 is supported
-The bug with using ASP.NET Core Web Application (.NET Framework) and Azure Functions v1 (.NET Framework) projects in Visual Studio 2017 is fixed Entity Framework support
-The multiple select functionality in EF Core Model is improved: now it allows setting PrimaryKey, ValueGenerated, Concurrency for several properties simultaneously
-The bug with detecting order of columns in composite primary key with two or more columns by Update To Database and by Update Database wizards in EF Core is fixed
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