Developing Open RIA Services Portable (PCL) version of open ria services  Viewed 62377 time(s), 13 post(s)., 2/27/2014 8:19:49 PM - by Daniel-Svensson

samunro
samunro 5/23/2014 4:23:09 AM

Hi,

This sounds very interesting. Will I need to do anything to take advantage of this or will it just work out of the box once I upgrade to a version of Open RIA Services that includes this functionality?

What would be the easiest way to take this for a spin? I see that there is a new version on NuGet - 4.4. Is this included there? 

Cheers,

Scott

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ColinBlair
ColinBlair 5/23/2014 12:26:11 PM

Check http://www.openriaservices.net/MonoX/Pages/SocialNetworking/Discussion/dtopic/bSv_L0yna0Gs4KMbAYMyOg/WPF-client/

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AboimPinto
AboimPinto 6 month(s) ago

Hello, 

I have a Silverlight application that need to be ported to WPF and the first step to port it is the port WCF RIA Services to OPEN RIA. Until now everything is Ok, but I would like to export the RIA objects into a portable lib where can be accessed by the Silverlight and the WPF. 
Like explained in this thread, still not export the WebContext. I try in the 4.4.1 and the 4.5.0-rc2 and the WebContext still not generated in the PortableLib Generated_Code folder.

i know this patch have almost 2 years old but I cannot find the correct behavior and I need some advice.


best regards
Paulo Aboim Pinto
Zurich - Switzerland

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