Make OData a first class citizen.
Apparently OData (Microsoft's flagship REST data protocol) isn't fully supported.
"If you can manually create Swagger 2.0 metadata to describe your REST API, it will work perfectly."
Assuming it's true that swagger can't do OData, I would think that fact alone would've precluded swagger as an option.
Additionally, whatever the reason swagger cannot create metadata for a WebAPI OData project should have been addressed before launch.
Regardless, please fix this.
Thank you for your feedback!
We would like to add more robust OData support. I am placing this item in “unplanned” to be used in future planning sessions.
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Update: I was able to get swagger to work, I think, but it wasn't pretty ( had to change my WebAPI routing prefixes and build my own version of System.Web.HTTP.OData).
Although the project did indeed publish to Azure successfully, I get errors on the API Definition blade in Azure portal. For more details, please see the following forums post:
After testing this, it is indeed the case that ODataController can't swagger. It appears to be a simple change needed in ODataController class.
Please reverse this change:
And or let us know how to override the following line:
[ApiExplorerSettings(IgnoreApi = true)]