In this episode of 10-4, we discuss a new feature coming in the next release of ADO.NET Data Services: server-driven paging. This allows you to constrain the size of result sets that can be requested by clients, eliminating potentially problematic scenarios.
In addition, clients can also now…
I recently caught up with some of the technical minds behind ADO.NET's Entity Framework: Architect Michael Pizzo, Technical Lead Pablo Castro and Director of Program Management Britt Johnston.
What's an Entity Framework, you ask? Well, watch and learn all about this new ADO.NET…
This demo shows how to create an ASP.NET MVC application that uses the model-first (also known as code-first) functionality provided by the ADO.NET Entity Framework. Dr Greg Low SQL Server MVP and Microsoft RD
Brian Beckman is a fascinating individual. Ex-cosmologist, ex-military operating system and simulation developer (have you ever considered processes that move both forward and backward in time? Well, Brian and team at JPL created just that. He explains
in this interview...). Brian was one of…
One of the cool new features of ASP.NET 2.0 is its rich declarative databinding. In addition to traditional techniques like databinding to a back-end SQL database, you can also databind to web services, using the ObjectDataSource.In this DevNugget, Mid-Atlantic .net Developer Evangelist G. Andrew…
OData is a critical building block for Microsoft's Open Data strategy. OData is an open standard currently part of the OASIS process. OData delivers on the promise of making data available via RESTful APIs over the Web, regardless of the database vendor or the database location and respecting…
POCO (Plain Old CLR Object) is the new feature in ADO.NET Entity Framework and how can we use the template to create POCO classed in Visual Studio 2010.
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Stored Procedure is an integral part of Application Development if it targets database like SQL Server. So we have created a many of them. The question is, will we be able to use them? Answer to that is “Yes”
You develop your conceptual mode first then create the database and write application. This is new in ADO.NET Entity Framework 4. Let’s see how we can do it.