Thanks to Scott Klein and Michael Thomassy, we now have new code samples out for EF and ADO.Net demonstrating how to work with federations. The samples showcase simple to advanced notions in both ado.net and EF in federations. You can see how to do fanout querying in entity framework to querying federation metadata in the samples. What’s best if you now can get the new sample entity framework provider built for federations with connection resiliency and with routing support in these samples;

Here are the individual links for the 4 samples;

Cloud computing on the Windows Azure platform offers the opportunity to easily add more data and compute capacity on the fly as business needs vary over time. Federations in SQL Database is a way to achieve greater scalability and performance from the database tier of your app.

Cloud computing on the Windows Azure platform offers the opportunity to easily add more data and compute capacity on the fly as business needs vary over time. Federations in SQL Database is a way to achieve greater scalability and performance from the database tier of your app.

Cloud computing on the Windows Azure platform offers the opportunity to easily add more data and compute capacity on the fly as business needs vary over time. Federations in SQL Database is a way to achieve greater scalability and performance from the database tier of your app.

Cloud computing on the Windows Azure platform offers the opportunity to easily add more data and compute capacity on the fly as business needs vary over time. Federations in SQL Database is a way to achieve greater scalability and performance from the database tier of your app.

enjoy!