New WCF Data Services Release

WCF Data Services 5.0 for OData v3 is out today. Read all about it here, and get it while it’s hot. Actions, geospatial support, and an assortment of other goodies, not the least of which is support for Any and All operators. This restriction has been around for a long time, and it’s great to…

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Supporting JSONP callbacks in WCF Data Services

By default, WCF Data Services does not support the $format and $callback options to support JSONP. If you’re using datajs to access a service and have set the enableJsonpCallback flag to true but you’re seeing an error on the response that looks like “The query parameter ‘$callback’ begins with a system-reserved ‘$’ character but is…

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OData continues to evolve

As you can see from the recent March 2011 CTP of WCF Data Services, OData continues to evolve. While the post includes information about changes to the WCF Data Services implementation, I’m very excited to see that the protocol is also very much alive and well. From the first bulleted list, here are the OData…

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datajs released

In case you missed it, yesterday we announced datajs – a New JavaScript library for OData and beyond. This is what I’ve been working for the last few months (modulo Christmas vacations of course). Over the next few days, I’ll be blogging a bit about how we’re running the project, what’s new and exciting about…

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Reference of namespaces in OData

This post is a simple overview of namespaces you will run into when working with OData in the ATOM format. The list is not comprehensive, but you can get pretty far with it. http://www.w3.org/2005/AtomThis is the Atom namespace, defined in RFC 4287. It’s used for all “regular” ATOM things like entry, feed, link, content, etc….

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Data Services on Windows Phone 7

Mike posted an announcement yesterday on the WCF Data Services blog. Go get the goodies from http://odata.codeplex.com/ today and start writing your connected phone apps!

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Bookmarklet to find OData service for SharePoint site

As you probably already know, SharePoint has great support for OData, providing access to lists, documents and all sorts of goodies. I always seem to forget how the link to the OData endpoint is constructed, though. So I created this short bookmarklet that does the trick. Just navigate to a SharePoint site and click on…

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Missing function for OData and Office

The last entry of Consuming OData with Office VBA series had a small glitch – one of the helper functions is missing. The code isn’t too tricky to write, but it’s a handy little thing to have in your VBA toolkit. It simply takes a collection of dictionaries, and returns a new collection with all…

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Wishing on a WCF Data Services star

Add feature requests or vote for existing ones over at http://dataservices.mswish.net/. The WCF Data Services team is listening – make your voice heard! Enjoy! PS: gotta love the ‘mswish.net’ domain name

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Vitek on Expansions

Yes, our WCF Data Services blogging hero has gone and done it again – this time, the topic is expansions. Some of the highlights: What expansions look like for custom providers. Why there is nothing funny in the expression tree when using LINQ to Objects directly. Enjoy!

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