DevExpress.Xpo 20.1.4

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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Install-Package DevExpress.Xpo -Version 20.1.4
dotnet add package DevExpress.Xpo --version 20.1.4
<PackageReference Include="DevExpress.Xpo" Version="20.1.4" />
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paket add DevExpress.Xpo --version 20.1.4
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DevExpress.Xpo.de
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.es
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.ru
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.
Skills.Xpo
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DevExpress.Xpo.Extensions
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. With XPO, you can build applications that work with multiple database systems without making any changes to your code. More than a dozen of today's most popular database engines are supported, including MS SQL Server, PostgreSQL, MySQL and Oracle.

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StackExchange/Dapper
Dapper - a simple object mapper for .Net

Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
20.1.6 5,012 7/17/2020
20.1.5 672 7/16/2020
20.1.4 25,587 6/4/2020
20.1.3 30,829 4/30/2020
20.1.2-beta 1,497 4/10/2020
19.2.9 314 7/15/2020
19.2.8 984 5/21/2020
19.2.7 47,887 3/26/2020
19.2.6 66,162 1/31/2020
19.2.5 50,628 12/19/2019
19.2.4 47,214 11/22/2019
19.2.3 25,595 10/25/2019
19.2.2-beta 540 10/4/2019
19.1.11 394 5/21/2020
19.1.10 443 4/3/2020
19.1.9 5,250 1/31/2020
19.1.8 4,895 11/22/2019
19.1.7 8,842 10/18/2019
19.1.6 36,648 9/12/2019
19.1.5 67,312 8/1/2019
19.1.4 29,360 6/20/2019
19.1.3 39,058 5/16/2019
19.1.2 2,861 4/23/2019
18.2.13 305 6/4/2020
18.2.12 809 4/3/2020
18.2.11 5,882 11/14/2019
18.2.10 4,395 8/1/2019
18.2.9 9,461 6/11/2019
18.2.8 14,680 4/25/2019
18.2.7 57,592 3/13/2019
18.2.6 17,849 2/12/2019
18.2.5 16,479 1/24/2019
18.2.4 24,868 12/23/2018
18.2.3 70,869 11/8/2018
18.2.2-pre-18288 411 10/15/2018
18.2.2-beta 3,633 10/25/2018
18.1.14 199 6/4/2020
18.1.13 225 4/3/2020
18.1.12 4,081 6/11/2019
18.1.11 1,574 4/18/2019
18.1.10 494 3/13/2019
18.1.9 634 2/12/2019
18.1.8 606 1/24/2019
18.1.7 15,022 11/1/2018
18.1.6 38,518 9/5/2018
18.1.5 29,375 8/2/2018
18.1.4 12,861 6/21/2018
18.1.3 16,637 5/29/2018