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Issue #26 - ObjectDB for .NET (C# / VB)

Feature RequestVersion: 1.04Priority: NormalStatus: ActiveReplies: 6
#1
2010-05-14 17:36

Work on porting ObjectDB to .NET has started. The new file format of ObjectDB 2 has been carefully designed to support multi platform in general and .NET specifically. The same database file should be accessible from both Java and .NET.

In addition, when using client server mode, the client will be able to run one platform where the server run on the other.

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User Post #27
#2
2011-01-18 20:19

Greetings,

Any updates on the progress of this porting to .NET ?

When is the expected date of release and what sort of features, e.g. LINQ/PLINQ ?

Regards

geekox86
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#3
2011-01-19 10:28

Since feature requests of existing ObjectDB users (which use Java) are at higher priority - there is no target date for completing this feature request.

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User Post #109
#4
2011-01-21 20:57

Is there a way to negotiate such priority (in terms of date, price and features) ?

geekox86
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User Post #11
#5
2011-01-22 17:52

You may create a support ticket.

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#6
2012-05-10 13:27

Is there any further info on this request? I for one would love to see a .NET version of objectdb!

felixobjectdb
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User Post #117
#7
2012-05-10 22:21

Sorry, no news yet.

Working on the .NET version has been temporarily suspended.

It will be resumed but it may take awhile.

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