Npgsql is the .NET data provider for Postgresql. It allows any program developed for .NET framework to access a Postgresql database server. It is implemented in 100% C# code. Postgresql versions since 9.0 are officially supported, others may work.
I guess I'll see if I can step-debug EF as I perform a LINQ query to get a grasp of what really happens.
Lightweight - compared to EF6 :)
Don't hesitate to reach out
Though we should probably take this kind of conversation to private chat or something
Hello, I wanted to ask when LTree functionality will be released? I was following the update with great anticipation and now we could use it on current project.
@vmachacek_gitlab if you're referring to the EF Core support for ltree (npgsql/efcore.pg#1592), then that will go out with 6.0.0-preview1, which should be released sometime next week.
yes, that's what I had in mind, thanks for the info!
I was literally going to ask the very same thing. Any ballpark idea of when thats something i could realistically use in prod? Wont hokd anyone to it.. just curious if thats a couple months thing or something different.
EF previews are generally really stable, and bugs found on them are fixed quickly - so you may want to use 6.0.0-preview1 once that comes out next week. Otherwise 6.0.0 will be out in November.
I'm looking for some tool recommendations for profiling my queries exported from EF Core's ToQueryString() method. I tried using PgAdmin's Query Tool, but it's doesn't seem to like the @ query parameters. Any recommendations are appreciated.