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Month: September 2015

C#/.NET 0

Using CodeContracts with OData Controllers and Web.Api Exception Filters

When writing ODATA controllers for our projects we spend quite some time on writing boilerplate code and input parameter validation. In addition, for our error handling we would like detailed information for internal troubleshooting but not so detailed information sent back to the client (i.e. no stack traces). In order to achieve this without extra work we started looking at […]

LightSwitch 15

Consuming ODATA Services from LightSwitch with Impersonation

In case you are still using LightSwitch and are not entirely relying on its internal features, you might have started using ODATA services as LightSwitch data sources. This comes in especially handy when combined with the Microsoft Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) which lets you create decoupled components that can be easily plugged into your core application. However, as soon your […]