OpenAccess Step By Step Tutorial For Silverlight

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  1. Cuneyt Gargin
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    May 2010

    Posted 04 Oct 2011 Link to this post

    Do you have any training document ,  Step By Step Tutorial for OpenAccess For Silverlight Projects, including usage of views, stored procedures ? the one on the web is as if we are using RIA Services. Especially creating edmx with tables more than 50 is very slow, so it would be very good to have a tabular view of tables and classes generating from a database, i.e. backward generation. 

    Can you please show me how and where I can get information ?

    Cuneyt Gargin 
  2. Ivailo
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    Posted 07 Oct 2011 Link to this post

    Hi Cuneyt,

    Currently we do not have a single document that contains all the information, but I can recommend you the following learning resources that can streamline your experience with Telerik OpenAccess ORM:

    - Regarding the creation of a Domain Model from a database, the best place to start is our Getting Started with Database First approach videos. 
    - The resource you have probably found already is the Quick-start tutorial for Silverlight with RIA Services. Apart from it, we are offering the same tutorial for Silverlight with Data Services.
    - A real-life example of a Silverlight application implemented with Telerik OpenAccess ORM can be found in our SDK samples. In order to use them, please download our SDK Browser application, start it and navigate to Silverlight samples category.
    - There are some specifics in working with views, so check out the dedicated documentation article before you begin.
    - The most common way of using stored procedures can be found in our article for CUD Operations with Stored Procedures

    Do not hesitate to contact us if you need further information or guidance.

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