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Is Microsoft .NET Core supported with the Connect for ADO.Net 4.2 providers?

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EnvironmentProduct: Connect for ADO.Net all providers
Version: 4.2
OS: Windows
Database: All supported databases
Application: All supported applications
Question/Problem Description
Is Microsoft .NET Core supported with the Connect for ADO.Net 4.2 providers?
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The Microsoft .NET Core product is currently not supported or on our roadmap. If you would like to have this functionality added to the provider please open an enhancement request.

For information on how to open an enhancement/Idea for new product features see KB article 000010839 How to submit an idea for a Progress product enhancement
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Last Modified Date4/21/2017 5:59 PM
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