Introducing the Oracle Data Provider for .NET Core

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Meet members of the .NET teams at Oracle and Microsoft to learn about Oracle’s new ADO.NET provider for .NET Core (currently in beta), discuss future plans for Oracle support on EF Core, and more. We will have demos and answer questions from the audience.

Day:

1

Session Type:

Theater

Code:

THR2024

Room:

Expo Hall Theater 2

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    vkumars
    unfortunately, I'm getting this exception with Oracle.ManagedDataAccess while opening connection-

    --Index was outside the bounds of the array --

    Stack trace -
    at OracleInternal.ConnectionPool.PoolManager`3.CreateNewPR(Int32 reqCount, Boolean bForPoolPopulation, ConnectionString csWithDiffOrNewPwd, OracleConnection connRefForCriteria, String instanceName, List`1 switchFailedInstNames)
    at OracleInternal.ConnectionPool.PoolManager`3.Get(ConnectionString csWithDiffOrNewPwd, Boolean bGetForApp, OracleConnection connRefForCriteria, String affinityInstanceName, Boolean bForceMatch)
    at OracleInternal.ConnectionPool.OraclePoolManager.Get(ConnectionString csWithNewPassword, Boolean bGetForApp, OracleConnection connRefForCriteria, String affinityInstanceName, Boolean bForceMatch)
    at OracleInternal.ConnectionPool.OracleConnectionDispenser`3.Get(ConnectionString cs, PM conPM, ConnectionString pmCS, SecureString securedPassword, SecureString securedProxyPassword, OracleConnection connRefForCriteria)
    at Oracle.ManagedDataAccess.Client.OracleConnection.Open()

    The same connection works fine with Devart.

    Any help much appreciated. Ta!

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