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Sharepoint 2010 views modal popup

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 02, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
Hello, somebody knows how can i launch a modal popup like the normal modal popup that launch sharepoint 2010 when you try to edit or add a new item in to a list or library froma custom list view?, the thing is that i did create a listview with a freeform toolbar and all the sections (view header, view body ...) in it, and add the edit column to it because i want to edit the items from the view, in the other hand the contenttype of the list that have associate the view have its own urlforms developed with silverlight, my problem is when i try to edit the items, i clicked in the edit link column and the custom urlform added to the contentype is open in a blank page and no in the normal popups of sharepoint 2010,, if some body have had this issue i will appreciate your comments.

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