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Does anyone know if there are plans on supporting .NET Core in the future?

If not, and the sqlanywhere folks are reading this, this is a +1 to a request for support.

Reason:

Quite a few of our projects use .net services to perform various tasks. A lot of these services are not windows specific other than using .NET 4.5+ and SQL Anywhere, so to provide more flexibility to our customers I've started to investigate whether .NET core is an option.

Also fwiw, I note our usage of the .NET api for sqlanywhere is quite limited. We only use iAnywhere.Data.SQLAnywhere.SAConnection and any classes that it returns/requires.

asked 15 Aug '16, 21:58

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+1 for EF Core support. This is the official list of supported providers: https://docs.efproject.net/en/latest/providers/

(25 Aug '16, 06:14) Eivind Gussi...
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