The EntLibContrib Oracle ODP.NET Data Provider allow to use the Oracle Data Provider for .NET (ODP.NET) with the Microsoft Enterprise Library 6.0 Data Access Application Block. That provider require the ODP.NET client to be installed.
LINQ to Oracle is a data access technology that provides a run-time infrastructure for managing relational data as objects.
Install this package only if you want to use database model scaffolding using T4 templates (requires Visual Studio or Rider), otherwise you should use linq2db package.
This NuGet package contains Oracle.DataAccess.dll (x64) needed to compile a project that uses Oracle's ODP.NET Library - for NET 2.0 and NET 4.0. Oracle will still need to be installed on the production or development machine in order to connect to Oracle.
GroupDocs.Parser for .NET is a useful parsing class library which allows to extract different data from documents of various formats. The data extraction API supports PDF, DOC, DOCX, PPT, PPTX, XLS, XLSX and many more formats.
GroupDocs.Search for .NET is a easy to use document search library which performs search operations over various file formats - DOC, XLS, PPT, ODP and many others. The search API allows to create search index with flexible settings with different requirements: quick and lightweight document search...
This NuGet package contains Oracle.DataAccess.dll (x86) needed to compile a project that uses Oracle's ODP.NET Library - for NET 2.0 and NET 4.0. Oracle will still need to be installed on the production or development machine in order to connect to Oracle.
GroupDocs.Metadata for .NET is a full featured class library which allows users to read and edit metadata associated with various document, image, audio, video and many other formats. It works with most notable metadata standards: XMP, EXIF, IPTC, Image Resource Blocks, ID3 and format-specific...
GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET is a class library that enables you to generate documents in popular office and email file formats based upon template documents and data obtained from various sources including databases, XML, JSON, OData, CSV, objects of custom .NET types, external documents, and...