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Accessing SharePoint 2010 data inside Windows Phone 7

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 06, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 
Hi All, I have started building Windows Phone 7 Applications. So, I need to know how to access the Sharepoint 2010 data in my WP7 applciation. Is it possible to implement Client Object model in WP7?? If not then how do we access the Sharepoint 2010 data?? Can any1 pls help me out. Thank you.


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The mobile say that is an error in the authentification process.

I'm searching and found that NTLM is not supported from the mobile ... I see the ASP.NET FBA must be used ?

The access within Internet browsing is OK on the mobile. I can browse the sites and download documents. I don't want change the authentification method for other devices (PC/notebook).

What I need to change in my Sharepoint site and how ?

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