Applies to Silverlight 4 and 5
In the previous two recipes, we've looked at a few basic RIA Services concepts: the default template and the WCF RIA Services class library template, but we didn't actually fetch or save any data yet.
This recipe will explain what we have to do to design a service using WCF RIA Services to get data from a (database) server to our client (our Silverlight application). It will explain how to create a data store, how to create our first
DomainService and query method, and how to call this method from our client. It will also explain how this works, thus giving you an insight into the strengths and ease of using WCF RIA Services.
Before getting started, you've got to make sure ...