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  • Blog Post: Creating a Data Service Provider – Part 9 – Un-typed

    Background info: This post builds on Parts 1 thru 8 which teach you how to create a typed Data Service Provider. But now the part we’ve all been waiting for- an un-typed DSP – which is what I expect most real world DSP implementations will be based on. What do we mean by Un-typed? An un-typed DSP is...
  • Blog Post: Tip 55 - How to extend an IQueryable by wrapping it.

    Over the last couple of years I’ve found myself in lots of situations where I’ve wanted to get ‘under the hood’ and see what is happening inside an IQueryable, but I haven’t had an easy solution, at least until now. Getting down and dirty like this is interesting because it means you can: Log...
  • Blog Post: Creating a Data Service Provider – Part 8 - Relationships

    In parts 1 thru 7 we made a Read / Write typed data service provider, although it was a little simplistic because it didn’t have relationships. So lets rectify that right now by adding a relationship to make this more 'real-world' Changes to our Classes If you remember from Part 3 we had just a Product...
  • Blog Post: Creating a Data Service Provider – Part 5 - Query

    In Part 4 of our series showing how to implement a Custom Data Service Provider we hooked up an incomplete implementation of IDataServiceQueryProvider , just enough to get the ServiceDocument and $metadata working. In this part we’ll get query working too. To do that we need to know where the data...
  • Blog Post: Creating a Data Service Provider – Part 4 – Minimal Running Service

    This is Part 4 of my ongoing series of posts showing how to create an Custom Data Service Provider . NOTE: I’ve done a little refactoring to the code in Part 3 to simplify the code in this post, so be sure to check that out if you’ve been following along. In Parts 2 & 3 we hooked up our implementation...
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