LinqConnect is available in five editions: Professional, Standard, for Silverlight,
for Windows Phone, and Express.
LinqConnect Professional includes Express editions of dotConnect for Oracle,
dotConnect for MySQL, dotConnect
for PostgreSQL, and dotConnect
for SQLite and supports corresponding databases, and Microsoft SQL Server.
LinqConnect Standard uses SqlClient to connect to Microsoft SQL Server. Other
databases are not supported.
LinqConnect for Silverlight allows you to develop applications for Silverlight
4 and higher. LinqConnect for Windows Phone allows you to develop Windows Phone
applications. LinqConnect for Metro allows you to develop Window Store apps.
These editions support connecting to Oracle, MySQL, and PostgreSQL
over TCP/IP and offer an embedded database engine based on SQLite to store data
in a local database. With LinqConnect for Silverlight or LinqConnect
for Windows Phone you can use both LINQ and ADO.NET data access to these databases.
Read more about LinqConnect for Silverlight, LinqConnect for Windows Phone, and LinqConnect for Metro.
The Express Edition is a free limited version of LinqConnect. The Express
Edition does not allow customization of code templates and is limited to 10 entities
in the project. It supports Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and
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