Peace Be Upon You,
Changing an existing SharePoint Web app from classic authentication mode to claims based authentication mode can’t be done from central administration, but it can be done using power shell.
Here is a simple PowerShell script which changes the web app’s authentication mode to claims based:
$webApp = Get-SPWebApplication “http://webapplicationname:port”
#webApp.UseClaimsAuthentication = “True”;
Once you have executed the above PowerShell script, if you go to your web app’s authentication provider settings, you should see:
All thanks to power shell 🙂
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To do this in the O/R Designer you can select the white space of the designer and view the DataContext properties. Set the property called Serialization Mode to Unidirectional:
Enabling unidirectional serialization adds the necessaryDataContract and DataMember attributes to the generated entities and properties
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I found in that link the bing maps silverlight control in a way showing all its features by example and having the source code of the example being displayed, I found it really nice to have more knowledge of that great map control.
Here is the link: http://www.microsoft.com/maps/isdk/silverlight/
Also, if you want to post latitude and longitude of location to bing maps, you can build your URL as described in that post:
Have fun with bing maps programming !! 🙂