Entity Framework – Application – Version # – Console & ASP.Net Applications

Background

Let us go a tiny bit further into our Entity Framework application.

But, before we go too far let us review the Version # of the Entity Framework library that is being used.

 

Diagnostic

File System

Let us review the File System, specifically the folder where the application is installed.

Entity Framework Libraries

Entity Framework libraries are bundled in dlls.

There is the baseline EntityFramework.dll and each targeted database platform will have its own dll.

Screen Shots

Console App
Image

EntityFramework.dll

EntityFramework.SqlServer.dll

 

Tabulate
Type File Product Version
 Core
 EntityFramework.dll  6.1.3-40302
 SQL Server
 EntityFramework.SqlServer.dll  6.1.3-40302

 

 

Web App
Image

 

 

Running Application

Resource Monitor

Start the Application and start the OS built-in Resource Monitor.

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Console App

Tabulate

Associated Modules
Type Module Name Version# Full Path
 Associated Modules
 EntityFramework.ni.dll 6.1.40302.0 C:\Windows\Assembly\NativeImages_v4.0.30319_32\EntityFramework\…\EntityFramework.ni.dll

 

 

 

Web Site App
w3wp.exe

 

Tabulate

Associated Handles
Type File Product Version
 Core
EntityFramework.DLL  4.0.30319
 SQL Server
EntityFramework.SqlServer.Dll  4.0.30319.33440

 

 

Associated Modules
Type File Product Version
 Core
System.Data.Entity.ni.dll  4.6.1087.0
System.Data.Linq.ni.ll  4.6.108.07
 SQL Server
 System.Data.OracleClient.dll  4.0.30319.33440
 System.Data.OracleClient.ni.dll  4.0.30319.33440

 

 

Summary

Both the libraries\dll files bundled with the Application and the modules loaded into memory reveal that the EntityFramework Library is in-use by the Application.

For our console application, the specific version of EntityFramework Library is Version 6.1.40302.0

And, for the Web App, the version is 4.6.1087.0

BTW, the CLR Version is 4.0.30319 32 bit.

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