This time I interview a good friend of mine, Boris Scholl, a Program Manager on the Visual Studio Team building tools for SharePoint development. Boris shows off the new Business Data Connectivity designer in Visual Studio 2010 and how it allows you to describe data coming from multiple data sources and how to work with them in SharePoint. He builds a master/detail association across entities coming from separate data sources (a database and a service) and demonstrates how the entities can be displayed and edited.
For more information on SharePoint Development in Visual Studio 2010 please see:
Also if you missed them, check out these interviews as well:
- Overview of SharePoint Development in Visual Studio 2010
- Importing SharePoint Solution Packages (WSP) into Visual Studio 2010
- SharePoint Feature and Package Designers in Visual Studio 2010
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-Beth Massi, Visual Studio Community
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