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Is it possible to add our own menu to ribbon in sharepoint 2010 using server object model?(not using

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 20, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 
Is it possible to add our own menu to ribbon in sharepoint 2010 using server object model?(not using xml file)


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I want to make a windows form (VS 2010, C#.NET), where you can connect to a specific list on a SP site and display all the items in a Data Grid View.

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          using (SP.ClientContext ctx = new SP.ClientContext(newUrlToLoad))
          {
            SP.Web webToLoad = ctx.Web;
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