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  • Blog Post: WCF RIA 4.0 requires an Entity Model that includes Foreign Key Information

    If you try to build a WCF RIA Application and the Entity Model (EM) doesn’t include foreign key information you will get an error like: Unable to retrieve association information for association ‘MyModel.MyAssociation’. Only models that include foreign key information are supported. See Entity Framework...
  • Blog Post: Adventures with Silverlight 3.0 and SharePoint – Part 2

    Just a quick update on this.  I had to make a few changes to my site and I now have it working! To fix the master page problem, I needed to load it from code behind.  Once I did that, I was able to have that show up.  But then I had a problem of the Silverlight application didn’t show...
  • Blog Post: Adventures with Silverlight 3.0 and SharePoint – Part 1

    I have been working on getting Silverlight 3.0 to work with SharePoint 2007 and I wanted to share with you the progress I have made and some of the challenges I have remaining. Project This project uses Silverlight 3.0, the Silverlight Toolkit for 3.0, and RIA Data Services.  So it is basically...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight RIA calling Stored Procedures that don’t return tables

    There are times where you want to use a stored procedure that doesn’t return just normal rows out of a database.  One classic example is if you are doing Full-Text Searching and want to return the Rank. The first step to doing this is the get your stored procedures exposed in the ADO.NET Entity...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET MVC and JSON and when do you use Async

    I wanted to post somewhat of a discussion starter around some of the new technologies that ASP.NET has recently released. ASP.NET MVC This technology has one huge benefit of allowing you to do unit testing on your site.  But there are also a number of other advantages to it, for example, you can...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight 3 RIA controls and how they load

    If you have started playing with the RIA controls for Silverlight, one thing that you will need to understand is that when you get a DomainContext and call one of the load commands, that it does this async. So if you do something like: var context = new TestDomainContext(); context.LoadProducts(); ...
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