ASP.NET: Binding DataGrid to an OData Feed

ASP.NET Team Blog
30 July 2014

Learn how to bind a DataGrid to an OData service in two easy steps. Then I want your feedback but first...

A new DataGrid for WebForms?

We've created a new ASP.NET control that wraps our client-side dxDataGrid widget. Learn all the details here:

New ASP.NET Control: HTML5 Client-side Grid for WebForms

To bind the dxDataGrid for WebForms to an OData service just follow these two easy steps:

1. Set the URL

Get the URL of the OData service you want to connect to and set the ODataOptions.Url property

2. Add Columns

Finally, add the columns to the DataGrid. You can use the Column designer.

Learn more and download sample code from this documentation article:
Use OData Service for Data Grid

Do you want to use dxDataGrid for WebForms control?

I'm looking for your feedback. Would you do me a favor and try this new ASP.NET control and send me your feedback please?

You can leave a comment below or email me at

To get started, watch this 8 minute video and then drop me a line below:

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