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In addition to bluefeet’s valuable comment, I would start thinking about adding a PK to this table. Developed by Solutions Design and Jeremy Thomas. OK All, this was my bad. Note that the connection is populated by entities from the specified context. A future user may come across the same issue in LinqPad. Click here to download these drivers from a web browser. The driver is installed and you may choose whether to connect using automatically built context or to use a DataContext from an already built assembly.
Supports all versions of EF 2. In most cases, other fields will be filled automatically. This driver lets you directly query DevForce models with full schema support. To create a connection via automatically built context and model, click Add connectionselect the Devart LinqConnect driver under Build data context automaticallyand click Next. After that the Devart LinqConnect Configuration dialog box opens. I edited the question with the exact error message.
Then click OK in the displayed oinqpad. After you click OK, the connection is created and you may run queries against the specified data context. Exposes interfaces to make it easy to query Azure DevOps, and avoid the pains of using the Azure DevOps web interface.
I believe it uses the DevArt dotConnect libraries for managing this great feat. After you click OK, the connection is created and you may run queries against the specified database.
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LINQPad Supplementary Data Context Drivers
The Explorer GUI is available as a time-limited trial. This driver was written by Mindscape and requires LightSpeed 3. Here you can also select whether to use tables from all schemas or from only the specified one, whether to include views and stored rotines to the model.
Can save lots of headaches later. Click OK to continue browsing the Devart site. Just enter your Azure account details and query away! Judging by their user voice item request for Oracle supportit appears unsupported at the moment.
LINQPad and Oracle – Stack Overflow