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No. ODP.NET 22.214.171.124.20 does not.
Can you please let me know by when Oracle plans to support the same. This new workflow had made EF very easy and light weight to use. So please let us know by which version and date we can have the same.
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Right now, we don't have a planned date. We'll announce a planned date when we have one ready.
Extending the same question.
Does ODP.net provider 126.96.36.199.0 supports Code first approach with .net framework 4.0?
I am giving oracle support to the .Net application. It able to load the data but while retrieving it throws mapping error. I did not able to find a solution. The errors are as below.
Schema specified is not valid. Errors:
(16,12) : error 2019: Member Mapping specified is not valid. The type 'Edm.Guid[Nullable=False,DefaultValue=]' of member 'Id' in type 'MyNamespace.Account' is not compatible with 'OracleEFProvider.raw[Nullable=False,DefaultValue=,MaxLength=2000,FixedLength=False]' of member 'Id' in type 'CodeFirstDatabaseSchema.Account'.
(17,12) : error 2019: Member Mapping specified is not valid. The type 'Edm.Boolean[Nullable=False,DefaultValue=]' of member 'IsUserEnteredValue' in type 'MyNamespace.Account' is not compatible with 'OracleEFProvider.number[Nullable=False,DefaultValue=,Precision=38,Scale=0]' of member 'IsUserEnteredValue' in type 'CodeFirstDatabaseSchema.Account'.
You help will be appreciated.
Hi. Still not supported. That said, those errors are just invalid mappings. I don't use Guids so I don't know how to map those, but you can map a number(1,0) to a boolean property by adding this to your app.config (or web.config):
Now, that error says that it thinks the column is a number(38,0). If that's really what it is, you should change it to a number(1,0) if you're only storing a boolean value there. (If you're storing more numbers, the boolean mapping won't make sense anyway.)
<oracle.dataaccess.client> <settings> <add name="bool" value="edmmapping number(1,0)" /> </settings> </oracle.dataaccess.client>