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Hi All,

I know there are many ways to host asp.net application inside SharePoint. Please let me know different ways to import / host SharePoint Features Example (" Events " and " Discussion Board " ) inside ASP.NET Application.

The way i know is using iFrame which comes with its own problem, Please let me know if i can use SharePoint OutofBox Features as well using any other method.

Thanks.

 


John Leo | ASP.NET | MOSS 2007 | 2010 | SQL Server | Crytal Reports |


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Hi All,

I know there are many ways to host asp.net application inside SharePoint. Please let me know different ways to import / host SharePoint Features Example (" Events " and " Discussion Board " ) inside ASP.NET Application.

The way i know is using iFrame which comes with its own problem, Please let me know if i can use SharePoint OutofBox Features as well using any other method.

Thanks.


John Leo | ASP.NET | MOSS 2007 | 2010 | SQL Server | Crytal Reports |

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