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From m...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r1567619 - /incubator/olingo/site/trunk/content/doc/tutorials/OlingoV2BasicClientSample.mdtext
Date Wed, 12 Feb 2014 13:37:02 GMT
Author: mibo
Date: Wed Feb 12 13:37:01 2014
New Revision: 1567619

URL: http://svn.apache.org/r1567619
Log:
CMS commit to olingo by mibo

Modified:
    incubator/olingo/site/trunk/content/doc/tutorials/OlingoV2BasicClientSample.mdtext

Modified: incubator/olingo/site/trunk/content/doc/tutorials/OlingoV2BasicClientSample.mdtext
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/incubator/olingo/site/trunk/content/doc/tutorials/OlingoV2BasicClientSample.mdtext?rev=1567619&r1=1567618&r2=1567619&view=diff
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--- incubator/olingo/site/trunk/content/doc/tutorials/OlingoV2BasicClientSample.mdtext (original)
+++ incubator/olingo/site/trunk/content/doc/tutorials/OlingoV2BasicClientSample.mdtext Wed
Feb 12 13:37:01 2014
@@ -19,15 +19,17 @@ Notice:    Licensed to the Apache Softwa
 # How to use Apache Olingo as Client Library
 
 This Tutorial shows how to use the Apache Olingo Library for CRUD operations on an OData
Service.
-Therefore it contains the main sections:
+Therefore it contains the [Explaining the Client](#start) section which explains how to implement
the CRUD operations based on sample code 
+and a [Client Quickstart Guide](#quickstart) which give a step by step guide to create a
sample and server to see both together in action.
 
   * [Client Quickstart Guide](#quickstart): Get a running sample client and server within
a few minutes (Requirements at least *Java 7 Runtime* and *Maven 3*)
-  * [Explaining the Client](#start): The actual *How To* with explanation and sample code
for following use cases:
-    * [Read the Metadata](#readmetadata), [Read the Data](#readdata), [Create more Data](#createdata),
[Update the Data](#updatedata) and [Delete the Data](#deletedata)
-  * [Run the Client](#run): After the *How To* the sample code from all samples can be put
together and be executed against a Sample Service.
-    * [Put the parts together](#together): A explanation and sample how before build client
can be used
-    * [Run Sample Client](#runsample): Show how to run the Sample Client against a Sample
Service (Requirements at least *Java 7 Runtime* and *Maven 3*)
-    * [Copy and Paste](#copypaste): Contains the complete sample code as *copy/paste* template
(to build a Maven Project)
+  * [Explaining the Client](#start): The actual *How To* with explanation and sample code
for following use cases: [Read the Metadata](#readmetadata), [Read the Data](#readdata), [Create
more Data](#createdata), [Update the Data](#updatedata) and [Delete the Data](#deletedata)
 
+    [Run the Client](#run): After the *How To* the sample code from all samples can be put
together and be executed against a Sample Service.  
+    [Put the parts together](#together): A explanation and sample how before build client
can be used  
+    [Run Sample Client](#runsample): Show how to run the Sample Client against a Sample Service
(Requirements at least *Java 7 Runtime* and *Maven 3*)  
+    [Copy and Paste](#copypaste): Contains the complete sample code as *copy/paste* template
(to build a Maven Project)
+
+---
 
 <a name="quickstart"></a>
 ### Client Quickstart Guide
@@ -58,6 +60,8 @@ Therefore it just requires an installed 
 **Optional**
 With running `mvn eclipse:eclipse` within the created sample client and sample server projects
the necessary Eclipse project files will be generated so that both projects can easily imported
into Eclipse (Eclipse -> *File* -> *Import...* *Import existing projects into workspace*).
 
+---
+
 <a name="start"></a>
 ### Explaining the Client
 



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