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Use LinqDataSource in Sharepoint Visual Web Parts

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 27, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 
Dear Friends,I wish to use  LinqDataSource in my Sharepoint 2010 visual web part. The linqdatasource is disabled . i tried typing the tag declaratively and i got the error unknown tag. i wish to declare it so that i can design the appropriate templates for my gridview. Can someone help me enable the linqDatasource or even a systematic way to use it Sharepoint Visual Webpart project. Any help will be much appreciated


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