'controllerMap' => array( 'odata'=>'ext.odataclient.controllers.ODataController', ),
Call 'index.php/odata' and see what happens.
The proxy class files 'NorthwindEntities.php' and the metadata file 'NorthwindEntities.xml' ... should be created automatically. No need to create the class file on the commandline as in SDK.
Configure your OData services in the file 'odataclient/services/config.php'
return array( //The key is the 'serviceNameAlias' which is used as 'svc' parameter for the ODataController actions 'northwind' => array( //the service proxy class name, autogenerated if not exists in the services/classes directory //if not is set, the key will be used 'serviceName' => 'NorthwindEntities', //the OData Service Uri 'serviceUri' => 'http://services.odata.org/Northwind/Northwind.svc', //optional: a subdirectory of services/classes where the classes are generated 'serviceSubDir' => 'examples', //the options for the SDK on generating classes //used for authentication ... see SDK User Guide 'options' => array( /* '/u'=>'User', '/p'=>'Password', '/auth'=>'windows', */ ), ),
Take a look at the code/comments of the ODataController.
You can work with the SDK as you would do without this extension too (see actionSample1, actionSample2)
Take a look at the code/comments of EODataClient. For example to see how to extract values from the metadata file.
There is no Yii-like support for CRUD-Operations. There is no CModel behind the classes of the SDK. You have to study the samples of the SDK - me too ;-)
At the moment only reading is supported 'out of the box'
I have modified the framework/PHPDataSvcUtil.php of the SDK in a few lines (see comments there)
Please don't contact me about OData or SDK issues. This stuff is totally new for me.