The ADO.NET team has released an update along with Beta 2 of .NET 4.0 and Visual Studio 2010. From the looks of it, they got a lot of nifty features in there, obviating the need for an out-of-cycle CTP. Having briefly scanned the list, what stands out to me is the foreign key support (now the default for entity relations), the improvements to POCO, and generation of complex types from stored procedures. I can hardly wait to dig in … I just wish I weren’t so busy!
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