Compatibility Note: SharePoint 2010 Beta & Data Services Update

If you want to try out Data Services with the SharePoint 2010 Beta today you have to use CTP2 of Data Services v1.5, because unfortunately the Data Service RTM version, aka the Data Services Update for .NET 3.5 SP1 is incompatible with the SharePoint 2010 Beta. This is a point in time issue – when…

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Vote for future Data Services Features

Now that our current releases are winding down we’ve begun shifting some of our focus to planning for the next round.  To help us prioritize our future work we’d like to hear from you.  To make it easy to submit feedback directly to our team we’ve created a feature voting site.  The site enables you…

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Server Paging in Data Services

The Data Services team recently released an update to.NET 3.5 SP1 that adds a number of features to data services – we are calling this update Data Services V2. One of the major features included in this update is the ability to enable server paging on a Data Service. In this post, I’ll introduce you…

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Getting Started with the Data Service Update for .NET 3.5 SP1 – Part 2

In Part 1 we created a Data Service that exposes V2 of the OData Protocol, in this post we will create a WPF application to consume our Data Service. Walkthrough: Step 1 – Update Code Generation Settings: The Data Services Update is basically a patch to .NET 3.5 SP1, so it can’t break existing projects,…

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Data Services Update for .NET 3.5 SP1 – Now Available for Download

We’re very excited to announce that the “Data Services Update for .NET Framework 3.5 SP1” (formerly known as “ADO Data Services v1.5”) has been re-released and is available for download; the issue with the previous update has been resolved. If your target is Windows7 or Windows 2008 R2 you can pick it up here.  For…

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Want to work in the WCF Data Service Team? We are Hiring!

We are actively looking for software developers in test (SDE/T) in the WCF Data Services (code named “Astoria”) team. The team has a great momentum with the release of Visual Studio 2010 and we could use your help in driving the vision for the next version of the product as the standard web protocol for…

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