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What version of Visual Studio are you using?
Sorry, I meant the edition. :) Express, Professional, Ultimate?
Express is the free version you can download from Microsoft's webpage, and that one doesn't allow addins like the ODP developer tools. In that one, I'm not sure how to get it to work with EF.
I have professional edition
Alright, that's weird. What should happen with that setup is that you can create a connection to Oracle in Server Explorer. If you do that, you should then be able to open up the Entity Framework wizard and use the connection you created in Server Explorer.
I had an older version of odac in my machine. I uninstalled it and installed the latest and it is working.
I'm having the same problem. As far as I know the only version of ODAC that I have installed is 220.127.116.11. What version did you ultimately install?
What I have:
- Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate
- .Net framework 4
- Entity Framework 4
- 64 Bit ODAC 18.104.22.168
Any help is greatly appreciated!
Edited by: AHowell1337 on Jan 2, 2013 7:25 AM
The Developer Tools for Visual Studio (the part that adds EF model wizard support) is only in the 32 bit ODAC, as Visual Studio is a 32 bit application.
You'll need to install that version before this works.