Applies to Silverlight 3, 4 and 5
Let's assume we have decided that WCF Data Services is going to be the technology to get data inside our Silverlight application, which admittedly is a great choice. In the previous recipe, we saw how we can set up Silverlight to use WCF Data Services. However, we didn't actually exchange any data with the service (which is quite ironic for a data service).
In this recipe, we'll perform read operations on the data by building on the code created in the previous recipe. This time, we'll focus on the
Computer data in the database.
This recipe continues on the code created in the previous recipe. If you want to follow along, you can continue using your code, or use ...