[Mono-dev] Mono, Oracle and .NET after 4.0
skolima at gmail.com
Mon Nov 7 02:56:03 EST 2011
On Mon, Nov 7, 2011 at 6:47 AM, Oskar Berggren <oskar.berggren at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2011/11/7 Stefano Canepa <sc at linux.it>:
>> Brandon Perry at "Sun, 6 Nov 2011 17:12:20 -0600" wrote:
>> BP> I used nhibernate.
>> BP> http://stackoverflow.com/questions/562926/fluent-nhibernate-how-to-configure-for-oracle
>> It looks like a good workaround even if many part of our code need to be
>> changed. I'll read all the article in the morning at work.
> NHibernate is an ORM, not a database client. It will still need either
> Microsoft's or Oracle's .Net client, or something similar.
Let me quote my post from SO:
The Mono Oracle provider is, unfortunately, more or less abandoned
right now (just as the [Microsoft Oracle provider] whose API Mono
was tracking). Since you are already paying large amounts of money for
the database engine, I'd suggest spending a little bit more and
getting a commercially supported Oracle ADO.Net provider. [dotConnect
for Oracle] officially supports Mono (and I had very good
experience with it), and [DataDirect ADO.NET Data Provider for
Oracle] is 100% managed code, so it should - in theory - work with
Mono as well.
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