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The Complete PLINQO Feature Set

  • Additional Query Extensions
  • Additional Entity Enhancements
  • Support for Bulk Operations (Update, Insert, Delete)
  • Enumeration Generation
  • Batch and Future Queries
  • Rules Engine
  • Caching
  • Auditing
  • Official support for EF 4.1 Code First and DbContext API

LINQ to SQL Migration

We intend to offer a simple migration path from one PLINQO framework to another, ideally allowing users to do as little as regenerate an updated CodeSmith Generator Project File (CSP), and then be able to compile their projects with minimal code changes.

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  1. Anonymous

    Is it Code First approach intended to work with PLINQO for EF?

    1. Anonymous

      Hello,

      This is not yet supported, but is a feature we definitely want to add in a future version!

      Thanks

      -Blake Niemyjski

  2. Anonymous

    Hi!

    Does PLINQO for EF work with PostreSQL DB?

    Thanks

    1. Anonymous

      Hello,

      It has not been tested but should work. Please take a look at the following documentation.

      Thanks

      -Blake Niemyjski

  3. Anonymous

    Could you please let me know some projects that are using this framework?

    1. Anonymous

      Hello,

      I know of a few organizations using the PLINQO for EF Templates in the medical and banking industry but can't give the links. I'll try and compile a list as people submit them or request a case study.

      Thanks

      -Blake Niemyjski

  4. Anonymous

    Blake,

    Does Plinqo for EF support oracle ?

    1. Anonymous

      Hello,

      This hasn't been officially tested but something that should work out of the box. The only thing that comes to mind that one would need to be aware of is that the EDMX file will be generated with SQL Specific strings in the Conceptual and Storage model container nodes. If these are updated to Oracle than it should work with no issues.

  5. Anonymous

    Does it support Spatial Data Types like Geography?

    1. Anonymous

      Hello,

      The Current Entity Framework templates do not support spatial types but this should be available in the next release which targets EF 4.2.