dotConnect for SQL Server is a database connectivity solution built on ADO.NET architecture and a development framework with number of innovative technologies. It inter-operates with all essential development tools and technologies.
Version: 3.0dotConnect for SQL Server is an enhanced database connectivity solution built over ADO.NET architecture. It offers complete solution for developing database-related applications and web sites.
License: Free To Try $99.95
Operating System: Windows
It inter-operates with all essential development tools and technologies, including Visual Studio, SQL Server Business Intelligence Solutions, ASP.NET Provider Model, and Enterprise Library Data Access Application Block. dotConnect can be used in all areas of modern application development: web applications and services, windows forms applications, mobile and enterprise development.
- Direct access to SQL Server within 100% managed code
- High performance
- Operates in both connected and disconnected models
- Powerful SqlDataTable component as all-in-one table data access solution
- Auxiliary components for SQL scripts and bulk data transfer
- Extra data binding capabilities
- Cross-form components cooperation
- Ability of monitoring query execution
- Easy to deploy
- Supports the latest versions of SQL Server
- All SQL Server data types support
- Licensed royalty-free per developer, per team, or per site
SQL Server Compatibility
dotConnect for SQL Server supports SQL Server 2016, 2014, 2012, 2008, 2005 (including Express editions), SQL Server 2000 and MSDE.
- Microsoft Visual Studio 2008, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2017, 2019
- Embarcadero Delphi Prism
- CodeGear RAD Studio
Version 3.0: Visual Studio 2019 is supported
Version 2.8: - Visual Studio 2015 is supported
Version 2.7: * Visual Studio 2013 is supported * SqlUtils class is added
Version 2.15: Integration with improved dbMonitor added Added some DataSet Wizard design-time improvements
Version 2.00: *SQLDirect .NET renamed to dotConnect for SQL Server *SQL Server 2008 supported *Renamed assemblies, namespaces, and classes