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Configuring Entity Framework for Oracle

Oracle needs two NuGet packages in order to work with Entity Framework: one to use at design time and one to use at run time. You'll need to make sure both of these are installed (and it doesn't help that their names are so similar):

  • ODP.NET, Managed Entity Framework Driver
  • ODP.NET, Managed Driver

You'll also need to install Oracle's ODP.NET_Managed_ODAC package.

As much as I'd like to pretend that I'm all-knowing but this information comes from Yonayli Gutierrez (Hi, Yonayli!) who took one of Learning Tree's ASP.NET MVC classes.

Posted by Peter Vogel on 01/05/2016 at 11:00 AM


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