OData .NET 4, SL 4, WinPhone7 Client Source Code

Rating:        Based on 3 ratings
Reviewed:  2 reviews
Downloads: 16107
Change Set: 9f6b1932eb44
Released: Oct 27, 2010
Updated: Feb 11, 2011 by sburges
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Source Code ODataNetFx4_SL4_WinPhone7_Client.zip
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Application ODataClient_BinariesAndCodeGenToolForWinPhone.zip
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Release Notes

ODataNetFx4_SL4_WinPhone7_Client.zip - contains a Visual Studio 2010 solution with the source code for the OData .NET 4, Silverlight 4 and Windows Phone 7 Client library. To use, unzip the file locally and open the solution in Visual Studio 2010.

ODataClient_BinariesAndCodeGenToolForWinPhone.zip - contains just the OData client assemblies and code generation tools for use on Windows Phone 7. These libraries are permitted for use in production applications and thus can be used to build applications that are submitted to the Windows Phone application marketplace.

ODataClient_WinPhone7SampleApp.zip - contains a sample Windows Phone 7 application which uses the OData client library for Windows Phone 7. Before opening this sample ensure you have the Windows Phone Developer Developer Tools installed. After unzipping the sample project to your local machine, you may need to unblock the Binaries\System.Data.Services.Client.dll file before you can build. Instructions to unblock a file can be found here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee890038(VS.100).aspx

Reviews for this release

NuGet has newer releases (currently 5.2.0), but no debug symbols or source code. This project has the source from 4.x. It seems like this was a great idea (share the odatalib and WCF data services source code, and allow community input), which wasn't followed through on. I would be very happy to see the code-base here be up-to-date, like ASP.NET MVC, Entity Framework, or NuGet.
by johncrim on Feb 10, 2013 at 5:18 AM
I used the binaries found it okay until I came across the autocomplete problems but would like better support for credentials when using authorised / secured services. Seems from the discussions section that source is the best way to go.
by uhm on May 3, 2011 at 5:37 PM