OData and Authentication – Part 2 – Windows Authentication

Imagine you have an OData Service installed on your domain somewhere, probably using the .NET Data Services producer libraries, and you want to authenticate clients against your corporate active directory. How do you do this? On the Serverside First on the IIS box hosting your Data Service you need to turn on integrated security, and…

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ADO.NET Data Services for Silverlight 3 Update CTP3 now available for download

A few weeks back, we announced our Data Services update to .NET 3.5 SP1. That release introduced many new features. We are now releasing the Silverlight counterpart, ADO.NET Data Services for Silverlight 3 Update CTP3. This CTP updates our Silverlight client assembly to make use of the new features. This release is just a CTP…

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Enabling X-Domain access to your Data Services

In the Astoria V1.5 CTP2 release, we introduced support for X-Domain and Out Of Browser access to Data Services in our Silverlight client library. This blog post talks about how to enable Cross-Domain access to Data Services from the Silverlight client library. I am a Service author, How do I enable X-Domain access to Data…

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Using Data Services over SharePoint 2010 – Part 2 – CRUD

In part 1 you learned how to get SharePoint 2010 and Astoria working together, how to add a Service Reference to your Client Application and how to do a basic insert. In this installment you will see full CRUD, so you’ll learn how to do queries, data binding, updates and deletes. The Problem: In part…

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Using Data Services over SharePoint 2010 – Part 1 – Getting Started

ADO.NET Data Services 1.5 and SharePoint 2010 allow developers to write applications against SharePoint Lists using the familiar Data Services Client programming model. Setup The SharePoint 2010 beta will become generally available in November. In order to use Data Services with SharePoint 2010 Beta, ADO.NET Data Services 1.5 must be installed on your server, ideally…

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Share your data across data sources (Sharepoint, SQL Server, Azure, Reporting Services, etc) & applications (.NET, Silverlight, Excel, etc) using Data Services

This week at the SharePoint conference, Pablo Castro will be announcing that the next version of SharePoint natively integrates with data services such that all SharePoint lists will be exposed as an ADO.NET Data Service.  This means you can now program against SharePoint list data using all the VS tools and runtime client libraries (.NET,…

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