The Microsoft OData Team is proud to announce general availability (GA) of OData (Open OData Protocol) on ASP.NET Core 2.0. It is now available through Nuget package at https://www.nuget.org/packages/Microsoft.AspNetCore.OData, current its version is 7.0.0.
Along this release, it will allow customers to create OData v4.0 endpoints and leverage the OData query syntax easily on multiple platforms,
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We are happy to announce that the Web API OData v5.9 is released and available on NuGet.
Detailed release notes for v5.9 can be found here. Thanks your support.
You and your team are highly welcomed to try out this new version if you are interested in the new features and issues fixed.
Today, along with the increasing demands of Location-Based Services (LBS), it becomes more and more important to provide functionalities on SQL Spatial Data through a unique, robust and scalable service based on a standard protocol.
This post is intended to give a tutorial about how to consume the SQL Spatial Data through EF &
Functions and actions are two of the most important parts in OData. They are always very useful to define special/customized server-side behaviors to process the data in OData services.
From OData V4 spec, functions and actions both are operations and can be either bound to a type or unbound. However,
Recently, Microsoft officially announced Web API 2.2 for OData v4 via the blog post Announcing the Release of ASP.NET MVC 5.2, Web API 2.2 and Web Pages 3.2. In this release, a new feature named open complex type is introduced.
As the ODL v4 spec says: Open complex types are keyless named structured types consisting of a set of declared and dynamic (un-declared) properties.