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Can anyone point me to instructions on using/setting up the new Oracle provider using Linq?
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slightwv (䄆 Netminder) earned 2000 total points
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Are you referring to ODP.Net?

I've not done it but there is a reference to LINQ and OPD.Net here:  LINQ to Entities

http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/issue-archive/2011/11-sep/o51odt-453447.html
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Yes I followed that example and my problem is I cannot drag/drop anything from the database to the entity diagram. What am I missing?
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Sorry.   Not a Visual Studio person.

Do you have Oracle Support?
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oh I got it now...apparently you can't drag and drop the objects...maybe only with sql server. I thought I did before but that was a couple of years ago. Anyway, you have to right click the edmx and "update model from database".
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I've done a fair amount of .Net coding but believe it or not, through the command line compiler.  You just went way over my head...
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Interesting..well, I have been away from it for the last 2 years so hopefully it's like riding a bike.
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