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I would like to have one model (entity framework 5), but connect to two different providers, one that supports SQL and one that supports Oracle. The idea is that I have one set of entities but with a different provider or connection string. I don't want to have two entities, one for each provider.

did anyone do this?
Posted 17-Dec-12 5:53am
Edited 17-Dec-12 5:55am
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Rohit Shrivastava at 19-Dec-12 18:48pm
   
theoritically thats what entity framework provides. only constraint is you should have the same schema in both the databases. Have you tried it and facing any issues?

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