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  • 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...
  • Blog Post: Creating a Data Service Provider – Part 2 – IServiceProvider & DataSources

    To create a read-only Data Service Provider (or DSP) you need to implement two Data Services interfaces: IDataServiceMetadataProvider to provide the metadata and IDataServiceQueryProvider to handle the queries. But first Data Services needs a way to find your implementations. IServiceProvider ...
  • Blog Post: Creating a Data Service Provider – Part 1 - Intro

    One of the the coolest things about Data Services is its provider model. Any data-source can be exposed as an OData Data Service simply by implementing a few interfaces. SharePoint 2010 implements these interfaces to expose list data, and you can too, to expose just about anything: Facebook? Twitter...
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