DevExpress.Xpo 23.2.4

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dotnet add package DevExpress.Xpo --version 23.2.4
NuGet\Install-Package DevExpress.Xpo -Version 23.2.4
This command is intended to be used within the Package Manager Console in Visual Studio, as it uses the NuGet module's version of Install-Package.
<PackageReference Include="DevExpress.Xpo" Version="23.2.4" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add DevExpress.Xpo --version 23.2.4
#r "nuget: DevExpress.Xpo, 23.2.4"
#r directive can be used in F# Interactive and Polyglot Notebooks. Copy this into the interactive tool or source code of the script to reference the package.
// Install DevExpress.Xpo as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=DevExpress.Xpo&version=23.2.4

// Install DevExpress.Xpo as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=DevExpress.Xpo&version=23.2.4

eXpress Persistent Objects (XPO) is an Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) tool that handles all aspects of database creation and object persistence, allowing you to concentrate on your application's business logic. XPO supports more than a dozen database management systems and implements a common high-level API. Whether using MS SQL Server, PostgreSQL, MySQL, Oracle, or others, you will use the same code to implement data access and management operations. Should you decide to move your storage to a different database system, you’ll only need to change the connection string. For more information, see https://devexpress.com/XPO.

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.NET Framework net452 is compatible.  net46 was computed.  net461 was computed.  net462 was computed.  net463 was computed.  net47 was computed.  net471 was computed.  net472 was computed.  net48 was computed.  net481 was computed. 
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Xpand.Extensions.XAF.Xpo

Xpand.Extensions.XAF.Xpo

DevExpress.Xpo.de The ID prefix of this package has been reserved for one of the owners of this package by NuGet.org.

eXpress Persistent Objects (XPO) is an Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) tool that handles all aspects of database creation and object persistence, allowing you to concentrate on your application's business logic. XPO supports more than a dozen database management systems and implements a common high-level API. Whether using MS SQL Server, PostgreSQL, MySQL, Oracle, or others, you will use the same code to implement data access and management operations. Should you decide to move your storage to a different database system, you’ll only need to change the connection string. For more information, see https://DevExpress.com/XPO.

DevExpress.Xpo.ja The ID prefix of this package has been reserved for one of the owners of this package by NuGet.org.

eXpress Persistent Objects (XPO) is an Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) tool that handles all aspects of database creation and object persistence, allowing you to concentrate on your application's business logic. XPO supports more than a dozen database management systems and implements a common high-level API. Whether using MS SQL Server, PostgreSQL, MySQL, Oracle, or others, you will use the same code to implement data access and management operations. Should you decide to move your storage to a different database system, you’ll only need to change the connection string. For more information, see https://DevExpress.com/XPO.

Xpand.XAF.Modules.Reactive.Logger.Hub

The `Reactive.Logger.Hub` transmits or receives the execution pipeLine flow.

DevExpress.Xpo.es The ID prefix of this package has been reserved for one of the owners of this package by NuGet.org.

eXpress Persistent Objects (XPO) is an Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) tool that handles all aspects of database creation and object persistence, allowing you to concentrate on your application's business logic. XPO supports more than a dozen database management systems and implements a common high-level API. Whether using MS SQL Server, PostgreSQL, MySQL, Oracle, or others, you will use the same code to implement data access and management operations. Should you decide to move your storage to a different database system, you’ll only need to change the connection string. For more information, see https://DevExpress.com/XPO.

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DapperLib/Dapper
Dapper - a simple object mapper for .Net
DevExpress/DevExtreme.AspNet.Data
DevExtreme data layer extension for ASP.NET
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23.1.7 5,238 12/14/2023
23.1.6 112,991 10/19/2023
23.1.5 155,689 9/4/2023
23.1.4 180,070 7/21/2023
23.1.3 159,359 6/14/2023
22.2.11 490 2/15/2024
22.2.10 3,511 12/14/2023
22.2.9 6,560 10/19/2023
22.2.8 16,413 9/4/2023
22.2.7 22,140 6/27/2023
22.2.6 209,402 4/27/2023
22.2.5 134,003 3/30/2023
22.2.4 377,479 1/27/2023
22.2.3 186,864 12/9/2022
22.1.13 362 2/15/2024
22.1.12 1,406 12/14/2023
22.1.11 5,869 8/31/2023
22.1.10 6,613 6/27/2023
22.1.9 8,481 4/27/2023
22.1.8 18,543 3/2/2023
22.1.7 32,663 12/15/2022
22.1.6 293,361 10/20/2022
22.1.5 262,942 9/8/2022
22.1.4 289,216 7/28/2022
22.1.3 153,832 6/20/2022
22.1.2-beta 2,629 5/27/2022
21.2.15 1,868 12/14/2023
21.2.14 4,707 6/27/2023
21.2.13 6,212 4/13/2023
21.2.12 30,856 12/15/2022
21.2.11 21,924 10/20/2022
21.2.10 15,202 9/8/2022
21.2.9 44,638 7/21/2022
21.2.8 108,840 6/8/2022
21.2.8-pre-22151 1,776 6/3/2022
21.2.8-pre-22144 2,049 5/25/2022
21.2.8-pre-22131 5,558 5/13/2022
21.2.7 229,222 4/18/2022
21.2.6 348,746 3/2/2022
21.2.5 199,577 1/24/2022
21.2.4 332,748 12/9/2021
21.2.3 237,533 11/1/2021
21.1.12 5,028 4/13/2023
21.1.11 4,925 10/20/2022
21.1.10 7,053 7/21/2022
21.1.9 23,073 4/28/2022
21.1.8 9,556 2/10/2022
21.1.7 28,633 12/9/2021
21.1.6 192,743 9/30/2021
21.1.5 210,713 8/5/2021
21.1.4 171,054 6/24/2021
21.1.3 142,051 5/26/2021
20.2.13 3,028 4/13/2023
20.2.12 10,377 10/20/2022
20.2.11 16,919 5/5/2022
20.2.10 31,479 12/9/2021
20.2.9 71,554 8/18/2021
20.2.8 14,309 6/24/2021
20.2.7 149,327 4/29/2021
20.2.6 246,608 3/18/2021
20.2.5 312,284 1/21/2021
20.2.4 180,991 12/3/2020
20.2.3 213,221 10/27/2020
20.1.17 3,756 4/13/2023
20.1.16 6,260 10/20/2022
20.1.15 15,762 5/5/2022
20.1.14 8,241 12/9/2021
20.1.13 10,793 7/8/2021
20.1.12 5,218 4/29/2021
20.1.11 6,020 3/19/2021
20.1.10 10,145 1/21/2021
20.1.9 13,852 11/26/2020
20.1.8 46,386 10/14/2020
20.1.7 205,811 8/27/2020
20.1.6 150,566 7/17/2020
20.1.5 5,787 7/16/2020
20.1.4 199,861 6/4/2020
20.1.3 217,538 4/30/2020
19.2.15 6,386 10/20/2022
19.2.14 11,479 5/5/2022
19.2.12 8,219 4/29/2021
19.2.11 15,043 12/16/2020
19.2.10 9,224 10/14/2020
19.2.9 20,863 7/15/2020
19.2.8 18,064 5/21/2020
19.2.7 192,845 3/26/2020
19.2.6 258,855 1/31/2020
19.2.5 122,062 12/19/2019
19.2.4 179,420 11/22/2019
19.2.3 279,611 10/25/2019
19.1.16 4,614 10/20/2022
19.1.15 4,636 5/5/2022
19.1.14 3,973 12/9/2021
19.1.13 5,622 4/29/2021
19.1.12 6,528 10/14/2020
19.1.11 11,922 5/21/2020
19.1.10 7,641 4/3/2020
19.1.9 40,023 1/31/2020
19.1.8 8,483 11/22/2019
19.1.7 18,468 10/18/2019
19.1.6 84,408 9/12/2019
19.1.5 186,550 8/1/2019
19.1.4 103,362 6/20/2019
19.1.3 78,120 5/16/2019
19.1.2 8,050 4/23/2019
18.2.18 4,044 10/20/2022
18.2.17 4,670 5/5/2022
18.2.16 3,830 12/9/2021
18.2.15 5,012 4/29/2021
18.2.14 4,755 10/14/2020
18.2.13 10,086 6/4/2020
18.2.12 6,712 4/3/2020
18.2.11 18,564 11/14/2019
18.2.10 15,414 8/1/2019
18.2.9 22,553 6/11/2019
18.2.8 49,572 4/25/2019
18.2.7 91,899 3/13/2019
18.2.6 31,781 2/12/2019
18.2.5 23,972 1/24/2019
18.2.4 56,688 12/23/2018
18.2.3 197,558 11/8/2018
18.1.18 5,849 5/5/2022
18.1.17 2,647 12/9/2021
18.1.16 4,659 4/29/2021
18.1.15 15,603 10/14/2020
18.1.14 5,934 6/4/2020
18.1.13 3,528 4/3/2020
18.1.12 24,402 6/11/2019
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18.1.10 3,634 3/13/2019
18.1.9 3,700 2/12/2019
18.1.8 4,889 1/24/2019
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18.1.6 84,698 9/5/2018
18.1.5 37,315 8/2/2018
18.1.4 21,471 6/21/2018
18.1.3 39,597 5/29/2018