Goodbye SQL-DMO!


Starting with build 671, SQL-DMO is not longer a requirement for the CodeFluent Entities SQL Server Producer. That’s good news!

We have been relying on SQL-DMO for almost 7 years, and it has served us well. It has been marked as obsolete for something like 5 years or so, but the producer was still relying on it. One of the reasons we kept it for so long was to maintain  compatibility with SQL Server 2000. Now, we don’t support that database either (june 2012).

We have replaced SQL-DMO by a similar technology without any dependency on the newer SQL-SMO (replacement for SQL-DMO) either. This database abstraction technology - our own SMO-like layer – works not only for SQL Server but also for all our supported importers and producers supported databases and modeling systems, namely: SQL Server, Oracle, PostgreSQL, MySQL, SqlLite, Xmi, Enterprise Architect, Access and SqlServerCe. It’s mainly located in the CodeFluent.Runtime.Database.dll assembly that ships with the product and in satellite ones for specific targeted systems (CodeFluent.Runtime.PostgreSQL.dll for PostgreSQL, CodeFluent.Runtime.MySQL.dll for MySQL, etc.).

Cheers,

The R&D team.

  1. September 10, 2012 at 2:32 pm
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