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Old 24th February 2021, 11:20 PM
magosk magosk is offline
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Default Access NexusDB from Visual Studio 2019

Hi!

I have only been working with NexusDB from Delphi before. Now I want to be able to access NexusDB from a .NET app. This is to be performed on a dev. machine that has Visual Studio 2019 but does not contain any Delphi version. It does however contain a software of our own that has a nxServer runtime (and some databases). I am unsure what is needed for the development. I tried to install first a NexusDB Professional (matching the version of our own software) followed by NexusDB_V4_Visual_Studio_Pack_Standard_build321.ex e, but it said it did not identify any supported Visual Studio environment (which maybe is not so surprising since the installer is from 2018). I did not find any newer installer on your download site.

Please advise on how I should proceed with this. E.g. can you manually use the installed files from VS2019 somehow, or are there ways to connect to the database without the Visual Studio Pack? My own experience with .NET and Visual Studio is a bit limited I am afraid, I have only worked with non-DB applications before in that environment.

Best regards

Magnus Oskarsson
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Old 25th February 2021, 12:18 PM
Thorsten Engler [NDA]
 
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Default Re: Access NexusDB from Visual Studio 2019

You can fully use the NexusDB ADO.NET provider in code, just add an reference
to the assembly.

Microsoft made significant changes to their IDE from VS2018 to VS2019, so IDE
integration is currently not available.

magosk wrote:

>
> Hi!
>
> I have only been working with NexusDB from Delphi before. Now I want to
> be able to access NexusDB from a .NET app. This is to be performed on a
> dev. machine that has Visual Studio 2019 but does not contain any Delphi
> version. It does however contain a software of our own that has a
> nxServer runtime (and some databases). I am unsure what is needed for
> the development. I tried to install first a NexusDB Professional
> (matching the version of our own software) followed by
> NexusDB_V4_Visual_Studio_Pack_Standard_build321.ex e, but it said it did
> not identify any supported Visual Studio environment (which maybe is not
> so surprising since the installer is from 2018). I did not find any
> newer installer on your download site.
>
> Please advise on how I should proceed with this. E.g. can you manually
> use the installed files from VS2019 somehow, or are there ways to
> connect to the database without the Visual Studio Pack? My own
> experience with .NET and Visual Studio is a bit limited I am afraid, I
> have only worked with non-DB applications before in that environment.
>
> Best regards
>
> Magnus Oskarsson


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Old 14th June 2021, 07:30 PM
h.hasenack h.hasenack is offline
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Facing the same problem:

It would be ever so helpful to have some steps and simple example to show how to do this.

The helpfile provided is seriously outdated running upto VS2017. 3 years have passed ..!
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