Features and Benefits

Retrieving Data using SugarCommand and SugarDataReader

The main function of any database application is establishing a connection to a data source and working with data contained in it. ADO.NET data providers serve as a bridge between an application and a data source, and allow you to execute commands as well as to retrieve data by using a DataReader or a DataAdapter. Updating data involves using the Command and DataAdapter objects.

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SugarCRM Data Binding
  • Build your data access layer without writing code manually
  • Configure dotConnect for SugarCRM components in powerful design-time editors
  • Bind data grids and other controls to SugarCRM data just by configuring the smart tags
  • Work with SugarCRM data just like with a database
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Entity Framework Support

dotConnect for SugarCRM allows you to access SugarCRM data via Entity Framework - Microsoft's recommended data access technology. It supports Entity Framework v4, v5, v6, and Entity Framework Core, and enables you to use the following Entity Framework features with SugarCRM data:

  • LINQ to Entities (no need for SugarCRM API)
  • Entity relations with lazy/eager loading
  • No need to post each edited/created object separately - a single SaveChanges() call to persist all the changed objects
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Retrieving Data using SugarCommand and SugarDataReader

The main function of any database application is establishing a connection to a data source and working with data contained in it. ADO.NET data providers serve as a bridge between an application and a data source, and allow you to execute commands as well as to retrieve data by using a DataReader or a DataAdapter. Updating data involves using the Command and DataAdapter objects.

SugarCRM Data Binding

  • Build your data access layer without writing code manually
  • Configure dotConnect for SugarCRM components in powerful design-time editors
  • Bind data grids and other controls to SugarCRM data just by configuring the smart tags
  • Work with SugarCRM data just like with a database

Entity Framework Support

dotConnect for SugarCRM allows you to access SugarCRM data via Entity Framework - Microsoft's recommended data access technology. It supports Entity Framework v4, v5, v6, and Entity Framework Core, and enables you to use the following Entity Framework features with SugarCRM data:

  • LINQ to Entities (no need for SugarCRM API)
  • Entity relations with lazy/eager loading
  • No need to post each edited/created object separately - a single SaveChanges() call to persist all the changed objects

Support

Phone Support: +42(0)57 728 14 25
Support Email: support@devart.com
Support Knowledge Base: https://www.devart.com/dotconnect/sugarcrm/support.html

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