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Devart has announced the release of LinqConnect 2.20, an enhanced LINQ to SQL compatible ORM solution with extended functionality, support for SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and SQLite; and Entity Developer for SQL Server 3.20, a modeling and code generation tool for the ADO.NET Entity Framework and LINQ to SQL.

New version of LinqConnect contains the advanced modeling and code generation tool Entity Developer 3.20. The updated model designer comes with automatic generation of sequences and triggers for Autoincrement properties in Oracle and improved support for large models in all supported databases.

In cases of large models containing many entities, diagrams may become too complex to understand and edit. To make models more manageable for developers, the new Entity Developer allows splitting the model into several thematic diagrams. If you generate a model from a database, you can split the model into diagrams by schemas or create only one default diagram with all or part of the entities.


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