OData Client Tools for Windows Phone Apps is recently released to add support for consuming OData v3 services. You may already have a Windows Phone 7.1 application that consumes OData and want to update it to work with OData V3 services using the new Windows Phone SDK 8.0 and OData Client Tools for Windows Phone Apps.
TL;DR: OData does not currently support enum types, and WCF Data Services throws an unclear exception when using the EF provider with a model that has an enum property. Mark the property with a [NotMapped] attribute to get around this limitation.
The WCF Data Services 5.0 RTM release includes an update to the Add Service Reference behavior in Visual Studio. For most project types that target .NET Framework 4.0, this means that when you add a new service reference, you will automatically get assembly references to the new client assemblies,
Yesterday we released the Data Services Update for .NET 3.5 SP1 that basically brings the functionality available in .NET 4.0 to .NET 3.5 too.
To help you get started with the Update, in this post we will:
Install the Update
Create a database.
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.
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,
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.
The SharePoint 2010 beta will become generally available in November.
In order to use Data Services with SharePoint 2010 Beta,