Acceda al lado del servicio de parámetros de consulta en RIA Services

If I have a service which directly extends DomainService is it possible to utilise the Take y Skip parameters in my service side query.

For example, here's my simple service...

public class StaffService : DomainService
    public IQueryable<StaffMember> GetStaffMembers()
        var list = new List<StaffMember> 
            new StaffMember { Id=1, Name = "Bobby", JobDescription = "Driver" },
            new StaffMember { Id=2, Name = "Robert", JobDescription = "Driver's Mate" },
            new StaffMember { Id=3, Name = "Maxwell", JobDescription = "Diver" },
            new StaffMember { Id=4, Name = "Samuel", JobDescription = "Raver" }

        return list.AsQueryable();

and my simple query...


This works, only 2 of the 4 rows are returned but if this was accessing a database (using NHibernate for example) it would have had to return all the rows and then discard them.

Quiero encontrar el Skip y Take parameters so I can return the minimum data from the database.

preguntado el 28 de agosto de 12 a las 10:08

1 Respuestas

it would have had to return all the rows and then discard them.

no it does not as long as you are using IQueryable<T>. IQueryable<T> interface is intended for implementation by query providers.


These methods that extend IQueryable do not perform any querying directly. Instead, their functionality is to build an Expression object, which is an expression tree that represents the cumulative query.

So your query, for instance

public IQueryable<StaffMember> GetStaffMembers()
    return dbContext.StaffMembers;

y en el cliente


will be translated by the TSQL generator in something like:

[Extent1].[ID] AS [ID],
[Extent1].[Name] AS [Name],
      SELECT [Extent1].[ID] AS [ID],
      [Extent1].[Name] AS [Name],
      row_number() OVER (ORDER BY [Extent1].[ID] ASC) AS [row_number]
      FROM [dbo].[StaffMember] AS [Extent1])  AS [Extent1]
WHERE [Extent1].[row_number] > 1

so only 2 items will be passed across the network.

Respondido 28 ago 12, 11:08

I've not verified this yet as the answer but if the MSDN says it's true then it must be. - bencr

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