Business Connectivity Services code samples for SharePoint 2013
Applies to: SharePoint Foundation 2013, SharePoint Server 2013
Topic Last Modified: 2015-03-09
Summary: Find links to scenario code samples for Business Connectivity Services (BCS) in SharePoint 2013.
This article contains links to scenario code samples for Microsoft Business Connectivity Services in SharePoint 2013.
|Code sample name and description||Link to code sample|
SharePoint 2013: Create external list based on app-scoped external content types Learn how to use an external list inside an app for Office and SharePoint to connect to the OData service and manipulate the data.
SharePoint 2013: Create multiple external lists with associations Learn how to add a second external list to an app for Office and SharePoint and link navigation between two external lists.
SharePoint 2013: Accessing external lists with REST Learn how to use the Representational State Transfer (REST) object model on an external list deployed within an app for Office and SharePoint.
SharePoint 2013: Accessing complex external content types with client object model Learn how to perform operations on an app for Office and SharePoint-scoped external content type by using the new client-side object model for Business Connectivity Services. You will learn to work with both simple and complex entities defined against an OData source.
SharePoint 2013: Creating an OData source with BCS notifications Learn how to create an Internet-addressable Windows Communication Foundation service that uses the OData to send notifications to SharePoint 2013 when the underlying data changes. These notifications are used to trigger events that are attached to external lists.
SharePoint 2013: Create an app for Office and SharePoint to access a public OData source Learn how to create an app for Office and SharePoint-scoped external content type and access that data by using the Representational State Transfer (REST) API.
SharePoint 2013: Create a remote event receiver for external data Learn how to create a remote event receiver that performs actions based on changes in external data.