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ADO.NET Entity Framework - 3rd party providers

One of the most interesting features in ADO.NET Entity Framework is that it can be extended with external providers for databases different from Microsoft SQL Server, whose provider is shipped by default with .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1.

There is a list of available 3rd party providers for ADO.NET ENtity Framework on the MSDN data development portal, both RTM and beta providers. Click here to be redirected to the MSDN page and you'll see important names such as Oracle, MySQL, PostgreSQL. If you work with ADO.NET Entity Framework, maybe you are interested into such topic.


Print | posted on martedì 14 aprile 2009 14:31 | Filed Under [ LINQ/EF/OData ]


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