Should I delete this question? Download Tx Driver Version 1. Can save lots of headaches later. OK All, this was my bad. But the Oracle driver I was using with LinqPad didn’t like the multiple commands.
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LINQPad Supplementary Data Context Drivers
To create a connection via the static driver, using an existing data context from an assembly, click Add connectionselect the Devart LinqConnect driver under Use a typed data context from your own assemblyand click Next. This driver lets you directly query DevForce models with full schema lknqpad. Thank you all for your comments.
It has to do with the query tool I was using Linqpad. DocumentStore and DocumentSession objects are created for linqpd, or you can provide your own IDocumentStore factory method in a custom assembly. OK All, this was my bad. On the Configuration tab of this dialog box you need to select an assembly, containing the data context class.
LINQPad Support in LinqConnect
Note that the connection is populated by entities from the specified context. You must linpad download and install StreamInsight 2. Plain SQL queries work, too. In the Choose a Driver dialog box click Browse. As of beta version 4. It also supports dynamic queries, client-side caching and offline operation. Developed by Solutions Design and Jeremy Thomas.
But the Oracle driver I was using with LinqPad didn’t like the multiple commands. Switch to the Connection tab, select the Use Custom connection check box and specify the connection settings on this tab. To create a connection via automatically built context and model, click Add connectionselect the Devart LinqConnect driver under Build data context automaticallyand lihqpad Next.
Adding IQ Driver to LINQPad and connecting to ORACLE Database
Judging by their user voice item request for Oracle supportit appears unsupported at the moment. Click here ogacle more information on the driver. The driver is installed and you may choose whether to connect using automatically built context or to use a DataContext from an already built assembly. I believe it uses the DevArt dotConnect libraries for managing this great feat.
A comment on the O’Reilly forums also suggests its not supported.
LINQPad and Oracle – Stack Overflow
Our ORM allows both connecting to a database via a dynamic driver, using an automatically built context and entities, and via a static driver, using existing DataContext classes directly from an already built assembly with LinqConnect model classes. Download Driver – 2. Help Santa with SQL! Linqpad now has support for lightspeed which supports oracle.
I would post my answer but the question has been closed. I edited the question with the exact error message.