Blog posts tagged with: .NET 7
I was able to migrate a legacy project using .net framework and entity framework to .NET 7 and EFCore relatively easily. EFCore Power Tools was very useful in doing a first draft of model code from the existing database.
Upgrading a .NET 6 to .NET 7 app service seems very straightforward. Upgrading Azure functions to .NET 7 looks to be a more significant change, and might require some investigation first.
A reminder that .NET 6 (or 7) code can work with Entity Framework 6.3.3 and later, although EF Core is better
If your legacy code uses Entity Framework 6.3.3 or later, you don't necessarily need to move to Entity Framework Core at the same time that you move from .net framework 4.7/4.8 to .NET 6 or 7.
If you get TLS 1.0 or 1.1 error, one possibility might be that you are using an older app service that needs migrating to .NET 6 (or at least framework 4.8)
One possible solution to a "You are using TLS version 1.0, 1.1 and/or 3DES cipher which are deprecated" error might be to upgrade any older app services that are using older versions of .net framework.