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Title:Back to basics: OData - the Open Data Protocol - Part 4 - All things $filter

Join us for more on OData, where we look in detail at the $filter system query option. So much to learn! Everyone welcome, especially beginners, and no question is too simple! Topics: OData, Northwind, CAP, Cloud Application Programming Model, TripPin, ASP.NET Links: Our shared repo CAP support for OData OData 4.0 spec on URL conventions Various $filter examples The 'slurp' script to follow server-side paging "nextLink" annotations Chapters: 00:00 Welcome and introduction 04:00 Showing our shared repo and briefly explaining the contents 05:22 Looking ahead to functions and actions (and the "function import" name) 09:12 Reminding ourselves of the simple CAP-based OData service in the repo 11:40 Examining the OData spec surrounding $filter and the common expression syntax 18:00 Understanding the component parts of an OData URL 20:20 A discussion about mass data transfer with OData and how to make things faster 23:40 Starting to look at the examples, beginning with those with logical operators 26:40 Going off piste and talking about server side paging (and, eventually, the slurp script) 29:30 Explaining how to specify a navigation property (not an expansion) in the resource path 31:37 Discovering enumeration types in OData and how they can be checked with 'has' 33:21 Using $count in the resource path in a filter expression 34:40 Specifying system query options within a $expand context 35:19 Looking at arithmetic operator examples 39:08 Turning to string function examples 40:36 A brief digression on ICAO vs IATA airport codes 42:09 Trying out a couple of date & time functions (and also a brief but exciting look at $apply) 44:17 An example of an arithmetic function (as opposed to the arithmetic operators) 45:30 Introducing lambda operators! 49:42 Explaining how an OData lambda function is defined & what the JS equivalent might be 51:50 Understanding the difference between the 'any' and 'all' lambda operators 53:20 Combining an $expand (with embedded $select) with a $filter using the 'all' operator on a navigation property of the resource in the path 54:44 Applying $filter to an expanded navigation property 56:22 Improving the previous query by adding a second $filter at the resource path level 58:15 A brief look at the curious but useful $it mechanism


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