ADO.NET Entity Framework for Oracle – Beta Refresh

ADO.NET Entity Framework for Oracle – Beta Refresh

June 15, 2009 0 Comments

Today has unquestionably been an interesting day for .NET developers who work with Oracle data sources, so it’s timely that we announce our beta refresh for our ADO.NET Entity Framework support for Oracle. As you’re probably aware, we announced our beta a few weeks back and we are delighted to announce today the immediate availability of this refresh.

This update includes lots of fixes, additional support for EF functionality, and important performance improvements both a greatly improved development and runtime experience. We’ve also manage to package much of the feedback and suggestions we picked up in during our earlier beta cycle too. Look for the embedded README notes for more details in the installer package.

So how do you pick up the latest bits? Two methods:

  1. Go grab the latest copy from our site. If you are downloading for the first time, there’s a short questionnaire to fill out which on completion will send you the download email. If you are refreshing your build, you’ll have an opportunity to review your previous responses and change them if you’d like.



2. If you are already in our beta program, look out for an email with details on our beta refresh and a new personalized download link.

Note, you’ll have to uninstall the previous beta before you can use our latest ADO.NET Entity Framework with Connect for ADO.NET 3.3 Beta. Keep the comments and suggestions coming to

Jonathan Bruce

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