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Sharepoint Webpart doubts

Posted By: JJ     Posted Date: May 14, 2010    Points:2   Category :SharePoint

I am fine and hope the same from you.

I have some doubts,

1) How to integrate my custom .aspx page into sharepoint?
1) what is the purpose of the Pageviewer webpart?
2) What webpart should we use for Reports & net .aspx page?
3) Which web part maximum will use and why?


Author: Sunil Yadav       [Moderator]      
Posted Date: May 21, 2010     Points: 5   

Integration of .aspx page can be done using sharepoint designer or creating a custom page and creating assembly which will implement codebehind logic for that aspx page.


Page Viewer Web Part is used to display a Web page, file, or folder on a Web Part.
You enter either a hyperlink, file path, or folder name to link to the content.

If our are displaying SSRS reports the you need to use Reportviewer webpart and if you want to display asp.net page or .aspx page that contains reports the pageviewer webpart is best choice

You can display maximum 50 webparts per page.



Author: bijayani             
Posted Date: June 21, 2010     Points: 5   

I am sharing a tips on SharePoint Groups vs. SiteGroups

Using SharePoint object model we can pull out all the cross-site groups either by using SPWeb.Groups or by using SPWeb.SiteGroups. Then what is the difference between the two?

SPWeb.Groups will allow you to pull out only the groups which have some / any kind of permissions defined within the site..

Hope you find this tips useful and of assistance. For more detail, please visit this page: http://www.mindfiresolutions.com/SharePoint-Groups-vs-SiteGroups--Mindfire-Solutions-955.php


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