Data Access Q3 2015 SP1

Dec 22, 2015

Telerik Data Access Q3 2015 SP1 (2015.3.1221.1)

New

  • Preview of Default Mapping API for DB-First scenarios- new API for performing database first default mapping, later it will be used in Fluent Code Generation tool. See Telerik.OpenAccess.API.MetaData.DatabaseModelMapper class in Telerik.OpenAccess.Runtime.dll assembly.
  • Improved performance of reading database structure when there are multiple schemas in the database, but only single one is referred in the mapped model
  • Database.IsOpen(string connectionUrl, string cacheKey) static method was added for testing if a database (with cacheKey) is already open.

Fixed

  • Resolved an issue with enhancement in x64 environments and multiple RLINQ files, now all of the RLINQ model files will be properly enhanced
  • LINQ: Fixed an issue when a query is made involving a .LoadWith(FetchStrategy) or .Include(LambdaExpression), and an .OrderBy(...) is specified, the (deep) results are incorrectly read.
  • LINQ: Fixed an issue with two different split table columns tested within an OR condition that was producing invalid SQL statement
  • Fixed compatibility issues with VB.Net Roslyn compiler and Telerik Data Access Enhancer. Now models defined in VB.NET will be enhaced when using Visual Studio 2015
  • RyuJit prevents OpenAccess from creating a database - If the ADO.NET DB Open call throws an exception and the .NET 4.6 and Visual Studio 2015 are installed, a null pointer exception is thrown instead of the real one. Telerik Data Access code has been changed in order to avoid using the MSIL pattern that is triggering the JIT issue.

Changed

  • Telerik.DataAccess.Fluent and Telerik.DataAccess.Fluent.Sample are now development only NuGet packages
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