Oracle Spatial support in Devart's ADO.NET Data Provider for Oracle

Devart is glad to announce the release of dotConnect for Oracle 7.3, Devart ADO.NET data provider for Oracle with support for Entity Framework, LinqConnect (LINQ to Oracle) and NHibernate.
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Dec. 6, 2012 - PRLog -- dotConnect for Oracle 7.3 (, ADO.NET Provider from Devart, includes support for Oracle Spatial in the projects, using Entity Framework.  

Devart Team constantly implements all the available Entity Framework innovations, and shortly after the introduction of DbGeometry and DbGeography classes in Entity Framework 5 has implemented support for Oracle Spatial in the Entity Framework provider for Oracle. Oracle MDSYS.SDO_GEOMETRY object type can now be mapped to DbGeometry and DbGeography classes.

Now dotConnect for Oracle includes new versions of Devart.Data.Oracle.Entity.dll and Devart.Data.Oracle.Entity.Migrations.dll assemblies built for .NET Framework 4.5 (Entity Framework v5) and the new Devart.Data.Oracle.Entity.SharpMap.dll assembly for SharpMap GIS library support.

To read more about the demo and download its sources go to Devart blog (

dotConnect for Oracle also provides a number of spatial-specific options for the Entity Framework provider that allow you to customize dotConnect for Oracle behaviour when working with Oracle Spatial.

Pricing and availability

Go to the Download page ( to get a fully functional 30-days trial or an Express Edition of dotConnect for Oracle. There are four Editions available – Standard, Professional, Developer and Mobile editions, the price for a Single license starts at $149.95.

To leave feedback on the new version or express your suggestions go to Devart forum ( or e-mail our team via the contact form on the web-site.
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