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Troubleshooting Guide: Windows 11 Taskbar Not Showing - How to Fix It

  If your Windows 11 taskbar is not showing, you can try several troubleshooting steps to resolve the issue. Here are some potential solutions you can try:

How to use $expand query in OData? What is $expand in OData?

  In OData, the $expand query option is used to retrieve related entities along with the requested entities in a single round-trip to the OData service. The basic syntax for using $expand is as follows: bash http://serviceRootURL/EntitySet? $expand =NavigationProperty1,NavigationProperty2... where serviceRootURL is the base URL of the OData service, EntitySet is the name of the entity set you want to query, and NavigationProperty1 , NavigationProperty2 , etc. are the names of the navigation properties that represent the related entities you want to retrieve. For example, let's say you have an OData service that exposes a collection of Orders , each of which has an associated Customer entity through a navigation property called Customer . If you want to retrieve all the orders in the collection along with the associated customer entities, you can use the following query: bash http://serviceRootURL/Orders? $expand =Customer This will return a response that includes all the order

How to use $orderby in OData?

  In OData, the $orderby query option is used to specify the order in which entities should be returned in a query response based on the values of one or more properties. The basic syntax for using $orderby is as follows: sql http: / / serviceRootURL / EntitySet?$orderby = Property [ asc | desc ][, Property [ asc | desc ],...] where serviceRootURL is the base URL of the OData service, EntitySet is the name of the entity set you want to query, Property is the name of the property you want to sort by, and asc or desc is used to specify whether the sorting should be in ascending or descending order. For example, let's say you have an OData service that exposes a collection of Products , each of which has ProductId , Name , Price , and Category properties. If you want to retrieve all the products in the collection sorted by price in descending order, you can use the following query: bash http://serviceRootURL/Products? $orderby =Price desc This will return a response that inclu

How to use $select in OData? How to get specific columns in OData?

  In OData, the $select query option is used to specify which properties of an entity or a collection of entities to include in the response. The basic syntax for using $select is as follows: bash http://serviceRootURL/EntitySet? $select =Property1,Property2,... where serviceRootURL is the base URL of the OData service, EntitySet is the name of the entity set you want to query, and Property1 , Property2 , etc. are the names of the properties you want to include in the response. For example, let's say you have an OData service that exposes a collection of Customers , each of which has CustomerId , FirstName , LastName , Email , and Phone properties. If you want to retrieve only the CustomerId and FirstName properties of all the customers in the collection, you can use the following query: bash http://serviceRootURL/Customers? $select =CustomerId,FirstName This will return a response that includes only the CustomerId and FirstName properties for all the customers in the collec