The EP Association Steering Committee co-ordinates the administration, management and development of the EPs on behalf of the member EPFIs.
This was necessary in order to allow EF to be made open source. For example: namespaces because they are not used directly for most Db Context-based applications.
The consequence of this is that applications will need to be rebuilt against the moved types.
The Working Group members are: Developing science-based, user-informed policy guidance NOW AVAILABLE: Sea-Level Rise Public Workshop Agenda Input from users of the guidance document will be solicited at multiple points throughout the update process.
In February, March and April 2017, an led by Susanne Moser Research & Consulting and Climate Access, a not-for-profit organization, will conduct interviews and five listening sessions to better understand the needs of those who will use the guidance document.
Updated: October 23, 2016In previous versions of EF the code was split between core libraries (primarily System. EF6 takes the code from the core libraries and incorporates it into the OOB libraries.
NET Framework and out-of-band (OOB) libraries (primarily Entity Framework.dll) shipped in a Nu Get package.This means for many applications that use EF 4.1 or later you will not need to change anything. This means you may need to update your directives to build against EF6. Types like Object Context that were previously in System. The general rule for namespace changes is that any type in System. The updated guidance will focus on the needs of state agencies local governments.It will help cities and counties as they comply with a new law that requires them to incorporate climate change into their planning efforts.Here is a checklist of the things you need to do to upgrade an existing application to EF6.