This post differs from my typical fayre. Most often I write "here's how to do a thing". This is not that. It's more "don't do this thing I did". And maybe also, "how can we avoid a situation like this happening again in future?". On this topic I very much don't have all the answers - but by putting my thoughts down maybe I'll learn and maybe others will educate me. I would love that!
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IQueryable... IEnumerable... Hmmm...
So there I was, tip-tapping away at my keyboard when I became aware of the slowly loudening noise of a debate. It wasn't about poverty, war, civil rights or anything like that. No; this was far more contentious. It was about the behaviour of
<a href="https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-gb/library/bb351562(v=vs.100).aspx">IQueryable<T></a> when mixed with
<a href="https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-gb/library/9eekhta0(v=vs.100).aspx">IEnumerable<T></a>. I know, right, how could I not get involved?
(Top One, Nice One) Get Sorted
I was recently reading a post by Jaime González García which featured the following mind-bending proposition:
Giving OData to CRM 4.0
Just recently I was tasked with seeing if we could provide a way to access our Dynamics CRM instance via OData. My initial investigations made it seem like there was nothing for me to do; CRM 2011 provides OData support out of the box. Small problem. We were running CRM 4.0.