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ODP.Net for .Net Core 2 (.Net Standard) beta?
according to this link:
there will be a demo (.NET Development and Windows Platform Integration for Oracle Database) on Oracle Open World :
"Learn about new and upcoming Oracle .NET feature support, including Visual Studio 2017 and .NET Core on Windows and Linux."
See here too:
Speakers: Alex Keh and Christian Shay
Can we have access to a beta version of ODP.Net for .Net Core 2?
P.S. 4. October 2017
Hi Alex Keh and Christian Shay ,
I do not know what you have shown (Oracle does not stream the conference ),
but may we have at last the new ODP.Net for .Net Core version ?
P.S. 8 November 2017
My trial period of DevArt dotConnect (.Net Core) has expired. (I do not know why DevArt can do something what Oracle cannot)
I have now these options:
1. Buy DevArt components. (I have to explain why I need it)
2. Freeze the project. (It is not an option)
3. Move the data to Postgre. (I have to convince some people. Will not be easy.)
I would like the 4th one. Give us the beta.
And at least you can write here an answer, why you cannot do it and when will be ready.
P.S. 9 November 2017
I have found 5th option (StackOverflow):
Use the old System.Data.OracleClient ( it is updated to .Net Standard 2)
You have to check everything. I have had an additional symbol on a string coming from a case expression. (?)
And Oracle, I am still waiting.
"Oracle plans to certify ODP.NET, Managed Driver on Microsoft .NET Core around the end of calendar year 2017."
P.S. 15 December 2017
"Oracle's Larry Ellison Challenges Amazon, Salesforce And Workday On The Future Of The Cloud"
Really, Oracle needs years to write a small support library for .Net Core. And they needed three years to write the first version of ODP.Net. Who will you challenge?