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Cycle through web-pages?

Posted By:      Posted Date: December 04, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 

I've got a requirement for a viewer to cycle through a predetermined set of web pages at a given interval (say every 60 seconds).

The web pages are actually Reporting Services reports, but regardless, I need a way for a sharepoint page to cycle through a list of reports or URLs at a given interval.


Is this possible out of the box? If not, it seems like a relatively simple web part- but I'm not sure how to handle the timing of the web page changes.

 

Thanks in advance,

Chris




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