My Expenses Version 1

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Reviewed:  1 review
Downloads: 1321
Change Set: 20887
Released: Dec 14, 2012
Updated: Dec 14, 2012 by rogreen_ms
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Source Code MyExpensesV1.zip
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Source Code ExpensesWCFService.zip
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Documentation My Expenses App Demo Script.docx
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Source Code Expenses.sql
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Release Notes

This is version 1 of the MyExpenses Windows 8 line of business demo app.

The app is written in XAML and C#. It calls a WCF service that works with a SQL Server database. The app uses the Callisto toolkit. You can get it at https://github.com/timheuer/callisto.

The Expenses.sql file contains the SQL to create the Expenses database.

The ExpensesWCFService.zip file contains the WCF service, also written in C#. You should create a WCF service. Create an Entity Framework model and point it to the Expenses database. Then copy the code from this.

Once you have the WCF service set up, change the service reference in the Expenses app project to point to it.

The My Expenses App Demo Script contains a walkthrough of the app and showcases it features.

Reviews for this release

     
The ExpensesWCFService.zip is missing some dlls I think. When hosting the service in IIS and navigating to its URL in the browser, I get a compile error on the following statement: using System.Data.Entity.Infrastructure;
by eloekset on Jan 20, 2013 at 6:00 PM