Connect for ADO.NET Release Notes History

Only 100% managed code architecture for connectivity to Oracle, DB2, SQL Server, and Sybase. With the release of ADO.NET 4.2, our Oracle and DB2 Entity Framework data providers now require Entity Framework 6.0.

New Features in All 4.2 ADO.NET Data Providers

  • Visual Studio 2013 Certification
  • Lightswitch HTML5 Support
  • Windows 8.1 and Server 2012R2 support
  • Documentation updates
DB2 Data Provider
  • Entity Framework 6.0 Certification for DB2 iSeries. The DB2 Entity Framework data provider delivers support for:
    • Code-Based Configuration
    • Code First Mapping to Insert/Update/Delete Stored Procedures
    • Connection Resiliency
Oracle Data Provider
  • Support for Oracle Advanced Security
  • Support for Oracle Wallet
  • Entity Framework 6.0 Certification for Oracle. The Oracle Entity Framework data provider delivers support for:
    • Code-Based Configuration
    • Code First Mapping to Insert/Update/Delete Stored Procedures
    • Configurable Migrations History Table
    • Connection Resiliency
Sybase Data Provider
  • Certified with SAP Sybase ASE 16
  • Support for Canonical functions in the Sybase Entity Framework data provider

Release 4.5.7

Progress® Rollbase® Version 4.5.7 Release Notes

The following section describes issues fixed and enhancements done with this release.

  • For information on new features and changes in behavior, see here.
  • For information on supported platforms, see here.
  • For Third party acknowledgments see here.

Fixed Issues

Case ID Defect ID Description
00428583 85012 Field values are mixed up through JSDO selectQuery for RTL user.
84734 RB-HDP integration is not working with SSL Configuration.
84715 Backup is failing when a tenant has corrupt data.
84649 Timeout Exception error trace when connection to cloud fails while system backup.
84486 Images and data folders are not displayed in the Directories included column when a system backup containing data and images is uploaded in a tenant.







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