Thanks for your reply Eric, When I try to launch UCSM GUI it displays version number 2.0(0.92739) and the server version displays v2.0(34). This version mismatch is causing an error I believe as the UCS Manager Error pops up says below: The UCSM GUI Version 2.0(0.92739) does not match the Server Version. Please clean the Browser and the Java cache and restart the GUI. I have done the above several times, downloaded the file twice and uninstall then reinstall it from scratch.
Still getting the same error. Eric, I downgrade Java from 7.5 to the 6 release deployed with Checked version via Iterm: java -version java version '1.6.065' Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.065-b14-466.1-11M4716) Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 20.65-b04-466.1, mixed mode) Also Verified that the Java version wasn't 7.5 with Java.com Your Java version: 1.6.065 But I'm still getting the following error when I try to access: The UCSM GUI Version 2.0(0.92739) does not match the Server Version. Please clean the Browser and the Java cache and restart the GUI. I'm running Mac-OS 10.9.4 can you think of anything else to try?
@Diego B Vega – Reverse engineering tooling within VS (both creation of the model and updating it) – Bulk operation support Without these two things- Entity Framework is pretty close to useless for any enterprise scenario. It boggles the mind that you guys waste time on features like “global query filters” or “mapping columns to field instead of properties” when the framework remains so incomplete.
Who asked for these things? How do they do absolutely anything to enable new scenarios with EF?
Please STOP focusing on features that are only good for todo app demos and make a framework that can be used by your actual.paying. customers. The ones who pay thousands and thousands of dollars for Windows and SQL licenses and have no suitable ORM for building enterprise applications. What concerns do you have exactly with EF Core supporting.NET Standard? Several aspects of mapping stored procedures, e.g. For insert, update and delete operations, or for methods that can be used for retrieving data data, is tracked at.
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Is either of those things what you need? Currently you can invoke stored procedures to by name in calls to FromSql and ExecuteSqlCommand.
Different aspects of mapping to views are covered by, e.g. Allowing including views in the models that DbContext scaffolding (i.e. Reverse engineering from an existing database) generates, and allowing EF Core migrations to manage views. Is either of those things what you need? Since views can be queried with the exact same SQL syntax that tables, it is already possible to use EF Core to query data from views. It only requires manually specifying the name of the view an entity maps to in OnModelCreating.
This is a simple way to make sure that the pre-release packages we publish to NuGet.org have higher versions than the nightly build packages we publish to our MyGet.org feeds. The latter have versions of the form 2.0.0-preview1-12345, with the last part being a build number that gets incremented automatically: The word “final” in ASCII sorts after “12345”.
If we didn’t do this, everyone using nightly builds would need to purge their NuGet caches before they can use these pre-prelease packages from NuGet. This wouldn’t be the highest priority request, but, I realized the other day that I’m unable to use EF Core with some of the vended databases that we have at our site since they are using older versions of SQL Server. I think the problem I ran into was that EF Core was using OFFSET FETCH for paging which isn’t supported on the older versions of SQL Server.
The highest priority request for me would be making improvements to the LINQ provider. I’m hoping that some of the issues that I ran into previously where it was doing N+1s in projections are already fixed in 2.0. But, overall, I think having a really robust LINQ provider is what I would appreciate the most. This is a fair concern.
On one hand, EF Core is rapidly evolving and freezing the provider APIs at this point would put a very strong restriction on what we can implement. EF Core 2.0 is also a major release, so we are making changes that between minor releases we wouldn’t do. That said, many of the changes to the provider APIs are to simplify what it takes to create a new provider. The way we mitigate it is: – We work closely with provider writers.
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We answer their questions and even have labels we apply to PRs and issues that they can check for:. – We freeze provider breaking changes sometime before the release. If you happen to own an EF Core provider and run into any questions when updating your code for EF Core 2, please contact us. GitHub , email or twitter @efmagicunicorns or comments here all work.