Q3 2013 Roadmap
OpenAccess ORM Q3 2013 will roll out in mid October. Check out what's coming:
Multiple models support
In Q3 2013 you will be able to easily work with multiple models in your solution, even if they are using the same connection string. This will enable you to split your complex database schemas into several manageable parts.
Visual Studio 2013 RC support
If you are an early adopter of the new Visual Studio 2013, that will not prevent you from using OpenAccess ORM Q3 2013. It comes with support for the latest version of your IDE from day one.
Timeout exceptions will be avoided even when the statements are long-running using the flexible CommandTimeout setting per query.
Oracle 12c support
Q3 2013 will be fully tested with the latest 12c release of Oracle database.
The third major installment of OpenAccess ORM in 2013 will come with an entire set of performance tuning features that will ensure you have enough control over the critical places in your data access layer. To name a few:
- Similar statements will be batched together to preserve obsolete database calls
- Cascading delete will be available for multi-table entities and vertical inheritance scenarios
Navigational properties naming settings
The names of the reference properties that help you navigate between entities in Visual Designer will become flexible thus meeting your specific needs.
Model operations dialog
The Batch Operations dialog will be renamed to Model Operations and enhanced with a handful of new ways to work faster with your Domain Model.
Our release plans have been always synced with your needs. All improvements and new functionalities planned for the release are coming in direct response to customer feedback.
We welcome all of your feedback and suggestions:
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DISCLAIMER: We operate in a dynamic environment and things are subject to change - we may decide to add or remove features at anytime depending on our capability to deliver products with "Telerik" quality. The Roadmap only intends to give you some additional information as to what you can expect in future releases.