Is ODP going to be integrated into Enterprise Library 5.x at some point?

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Jun 8, 2010 at 2:22 PM

Since the M/S Oracle drivers are being deprecated the adoption of ODP into the DAAB is of the highest import.  Is this on the radar.  If so when/what priority?

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Jun 8, 2010 at 2:47 PM

Hi aprlk,

I am just doing the final development of the EntLibContrib v4.1 ORM tool using the Query Application Block (QAB) and Mapping Application Blocks (MAB) combined with the console. Once that is done then I will start work on EntLibContrib5. I did a lot of work on the DAAB providers for v4.1 especially with the Unit Tests (non-existent in v3) so hopefully it should not be as painful to move over to v5.0 ?

Cheers...

Stephen Phillips

http://sp.ewdev.com

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From: aprlk

Since the M/S Oracle drivers are being deprecated the adoption of ODP into the DAAB is of the highest import. Is this on the radar. If so when/what priority?

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