"dotConnect for Oracle is an enhanced database connectivity solution built over ADO.NET architecture and a development framework with advanced support for ORMs, such as Entity Framework and EF Core, and offers a complete solution for developing DB-related applications and web sites. It introduces new approaches for designing a data access layer and boosts the productivity of database application development.This package contains the .NET Standard/.NET Core compatible assemblies with Entity Framework Core-related functionality of dotConnect for Oracle. It includes support for Entity Framework Core 1.1 - 3.0. Note that for Entity Framework Core 1.1 it does not include support for database-first approach via the Scaffold-DbContext command, which is available via the separate Devart.Data.Oracle.EFCore.Design package.This package contains only runtime features of dotConnect for Oracle. dotConnect for Oracle is also provided as an installation package (exe), which installs runtime assemblies for Full .NET Framework and a set of design-time tools, integrated into Visual Studio - Server Explorer integration, DataSet tools, Windows Forms components with powerful design-time, etc. It also includes visual ORM designer for Entity Framework, Entity Framework Core, and LinqConnect ORM models. Besides, this installer generates the trial key files required for using this package on a trial basis. You can download it at www.devart.com."
Project website: http://www.devart.com/dotconnect/oracle
"MassTransit Azure Service Bus transport support; MassTransit is a message-based distributed application framework for .NET http://masstransit-project.com/"
"Provides custom attributes that can be applied to controllers, actions and models to enrich the generated Swagger"
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