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JayData consuming OData Lightswitch service with authentication
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03 Aug 2012 03:15 PM
Has anyone done anything with JayData and a LightSwitch OData service - struggling to find how to pass in username/password when using Forms authentication. I noticed Michael has seen it & indicated on their forum that he'd be doing a tutorial. It looks very powerful:
04 Aug 2012 12:55 AM
I have not had a chance to try the latest version. I think it should work now. However, I am slammed for the next 3-4 weeks with other projects.
05 Aug 2012 02:04 AM
LightSwitch can be used with JayData from version 1.0.5, refer to this:
In a nutshell: JayData supports Basic authentication, this is in fact the authentication method LightSwitch endpoints used (despite called Forms).
We have a fully working version of our JayScrum (
reference product served by a LightSwitch version of the data store. We can have it publilshed in our example section by next week. I'll check back here when it is available from the download.
05 Aug 2012 04:42 AM
05 Aug 2012 08:39 AM
Peter, the app looks fantastic and it would be great to have access to its source. Thank you very much.
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