SQLBase 12.3 and .NET Entity Framework

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SQLBase 12.3 and .NET Entity Framework

Post by isential » 22 Apr 2022, 12:14

A 2019 document indicates that version 12.3 of SQLBase will support .NET Entity Framework from the second quarter of 2020:

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Two years later, however, we can find nothing about it either in the product description itself or on the internet.

Do any of you know if this version supports EF or will it eventually?

Thank you very much!
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Re: SQLBase 12.3 and .NET Entity Framework

Post by isential » 30 May 2023, 11:15

How does it look more than a year later?

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Re: SQLBase 12.3 and .NET Entity Framework

Post by Steve Leighton » 23 Sep 2023, 02:05

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Yes if only OpenText realized that if SQLBase supported Entity Framework as promised - maybe even EF Core 2.0 :) ,
it would boost their SQLBase sales exponentially and make it a bit more of a contender with those that do - SQL Server Sqlite PostgreSQL MySql MariaDB Oracle and even Db2 and Informix

Just a quick search on Stack Exchange or similar, proves there are sites needing to access SQLBase with C# or what ever
and having to resort to ADO.NET, OLEdB or something else just as 'ancient' ( not my words ).

I see you have already questioned this on the OT community portal - with no answer. Nice .
I'm going to do the same. They need to be nagged about modernization.
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