[IQUG] dotnet core support?
jason.froebe at gmail.com
Thu Jul 19 14:44:09 MST 2018
.net core is supported on Windows, Linux (x86-64) and Mac OSX. It is
fully open source and supported by Microsoft on all three platforms.
Microsoft has already stated that .NET core is the future of .net
Other commercial DBMS vendors are supporting it (e.g. IBM DB2). I would
expect SAP would be paying attention with the .NET road plan since other
SAP products, e.g Powerbuilder, rely on it.
On 07/19/2018 05:40 PM, Baker, Chris wrote:
> I don’t think it would be offered on non-Windows platforms since
> ado.net <http://ado.net> is really an MS thing. But I could be wrong.
> It could be part of the SQLA installation on those platforms.
> I would suggest a support incident be raised so that this can be
> requested as an enhancement to the IQ network client if ado.net
> <http://ado.net> is not available yet in the non-Windows platforms.
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> On Jul 19, 2018, at 4:19 PM, Jason Froebe <jason.froebe at gmail.com
> <mailto:jason.froebe at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Does anyone know if ado.net <http://ado.net> drivers for
>> IQ/SQLAnywhere are available in dotnet core? .net core runs on linux
>> (x86-64), Mac OSX and Windows. DB2 supports it already on all three
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