Part 1 – Getting Connected with VS2017 and Connected Services

Now that we can use Visual Studio 2017 for F&O development, we have a newer and better way to generate OData clients. First, we’ll cover what it takes to get everything setup. I typically use VS2019 for C# development so we’ll be using that for most of this.

Create a new C# project

Name it and click create

Grab the “AuthenticationUtility” FromĀ 

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Part 1 – Getting Connected with VS2017 and Connected Services

Now that we can use Visual Studio 2017 for F&O development, we have a newer and better way to generate OData clients. First, we’ll cover what it takes to get everything setup. I typically use VS2019 for C# development so we’ll be using that for most of this.

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Author: Nathan Clouse

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