Thank you for your feedback.
We are sorry to have left you with such a negative impression.
Based on the additional information you have provided, it appears that you are creating the project in Visual Studio 2015 and using Visual Studio 2013 to add a Domain Model
to the same project which would then be used again in Visual Studio 2015. Since the visual tooling and Visual Studio add-in of Telerik Data Access are not integrated with Visual Studio 2015, such scenario is not supported. This is the likely reason for the behavior you are experiencing.
As an alternative way to use Telerik Data Access with Visual Studio 2015 you can try using a Fluent Model
with our NuGet packages
. To get familiar with howFluent Models work, you can check out the Telerik.DataAccess.Fluent.Sample NuGet package
and refer to this section
of our documentation. While this approach should circumvent the incompatibility of the visual tooling and add-in, please be aware that the product is still not tested against Visual Studio 2015, and it is possible that there are issues we are not aware of.
I hope this helps. Do get back to us in case you have further questions.
OpenAccess ORM is now Telerik Data Access
. For more information on the new names, please, check out the Telerik Product Map