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  • Blog Post: Azure Active Directory Graph Client Library 1.0 - API Reference

    Graph client library APIs can be categorized into Create, Query, Update, Delete and Other (custom actions) APIs. Create To create new object, set the required properties and use the “T Add<T>(GraphObject)” method. This method will return the object that is returned by the server...
  • Blog Post: Azure Active Directory Graph Client Library 1.0

    We are happy to announce the general availability of Azure Active Directory (AAD) Graph Client Library 1.0. The goal of this library is to simplify .NET developer experience to write an application that leverages Azure AD through Graph API. The library supports all the capabilities exposed by the Graph...
  • Blog Post: Extend Azure Active Directory Schema using Graph API (preview)

    Edit - Please refer to http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/azure/dn720459.aspx for official documentation about directory extensions. Directory schema extensions enable application developers to extend the directory and develop richer applications without worrying about the limitations imposed...
  • Blog Post: Support for Disjunctive/OR Filter Clauses in the Graph Directory Service

    We continue to listen to customers and improve the Graph Directory Service development experience. Today we'd like to announce support for queries with disjunctive/OR filter clauses. The previous version of the service allowed filter clauses to be joined solely by the AND logical operator, i.e. such...
  • Blog Post: Handling Errors from Windows Azure Active Directory Graph Service

    All client applications should implement some level of error handling logic to react as gracefully as possible to various conditions and provide the best experience possible to their customers. This post covers a variety of error conditions that can be returned by the Azure Active Directory Graph Service...
  • Blog Post: Announcing some new capability in Azure Active Directory Graph Service

    We have rolled out an update to the Graph service a couple of days back. Here is a brief overview of changes included in this update. We will have individual posts on these topics in the future. Using OAuth 2.0 Authorization Code Grant for delegated access of Azure Active Directory (AAD) via AAD...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Active Directory Graph Service – Ready for Production

    It’s a big day for us. The AAD Graph service is now Generally Available along with other Azure Active Directory Services . I am pretty sure all of you can relate to the feeling we have today – a big push with some crazy last minute issues culminating with what we feel like is a very nice...
  • Blog Post: PHP sample for accessing Azure AD Graph Service now available

    We have just released a PHP sample that shows how to work with the AAD Graph Service. In a previous post we saw the format of HTTP requests and JSON responses for several interesting Graph operations. The PHP sample just shows how to put together these requests and parse the JSON responses using PHP...
  • Blog Post: Walk through for building a .Net application for accessing Windows Azure Active Directory Graph Service

    The post provides a walk through for accessing Azure Active Directory (AAD) Graph Service through a .Net application. If you would like to download a full working sample, you can download the sample MVC application from here . If you would like to learn more about Azure Active Directory Graph Service...
  • Blog Post: Understanding Azure Active Directory Graph Operations

    We mentioned in the last post that AAD Graph is a RESTful service implemented using the OData protocol. We also provided a high level overview of RESTful services and OData protocol. In this post, we will try to provide deeper insights into the operations supported by the Graph service and how to invoke...
  • Blog Post: Welcome!

    Welcome to Windows Azure Active Directory( AAD ) Graph Team blog! The AAD Graph team is responsible for creating RESTful services that developers can consume to integrate AAD functionality into their applications. Purpose of the blog We will use this blog to have a regular and open communication...
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