Archives / 2016 / June
  • The .NET support black hole

    Today I ran into a bit of an issue. A work-item for LLBLGen Pro v5.1 is to support all the new features of SQL Server 2016. One of the features of SQL Server 2016 is ‘Always Encrypted’. You can enable this feature through the connection string, and after that all data-access is encrypted, no further coding needed. As this is a connection string setting, it’s enabled in every ORM out there out of the box, also in ours. That’s of course not the problem. The problem is adding more control over this feature to the developer writing code which targets SQL Server 2016.