[July 2010: The lab has been updated in order to reflect RTM changes --> http://blogs.msdn.com/b/swiss_dpe_team/archive/2010/08/03/hands-on-lab-silverlight-4-line-of-business-application-using-wcf-ria-services-now-updated-to-reflect-rtm-changes.aspx ]
After building this lab from the ground and running it successfully in three classes last week, we are now ready to publish it.
In this 108 page hands-on lab you will learn how to use Beta 2 of Visual Studio 2010 and Beta 1 of Microsoft Silverlight 4 to create a data driven line of business style rich internet application that implements many of the new features that Silverlight 4 introduces. We will base our solution on the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) RIA Services.
The solution will be an order-management system that shows a list of orders in a data grid and details of a selected order in a details pane. The system will validate user entries and have the capabilities of printing order reports and exporting order lists to Microsoft Excel.
Download the hands-on lab manual in PDF and Word format, the database and the final sample solution.
These features are implemented in the lab:
The following are the system requirements needed to complete the hands-on lab. The links point to the download location of the product or a trial version.
The hands-on lab manual has detailed instructions on installing all the prerequisites.
Read the book. Very good! The only that helped me putting that damn combobox in the dataform.
But I didn´t managed to do the adding and deleting items. Can you post an example?
Lots of things have changed in sl4, and this tutorial won't work, at least part of it.
it is very nice and interesting, but must be updated and corrected, otherwise it is very frustrating.
I have just post an updated version of the lab which works with the RTM version of VS2010 and SL 4 and WCF RIA Services 1.0.
Is it possible to add a button that adds new records to the database?