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Use the following approach 1.) Create a visual webpart 2.) First add the following on the .ascx page Code for .ascx page <SharePoint:ListViewByQuery runat="server" ID="customlistview" /> 3.)Add the following code to query your list(assuming you have created the site and web objects) Code for .ascx.cs page SPList list = ...


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This answer may be specific for SharePoint 2010: Using javascript (even better with jQuery) you can accomplish this. On the webpart page, your page viewer part will contain a div element with a unique id (e.g. WebPartWPQ3). Inside this div is an iframe that points to the page to display (i.e. src="your page"). You can use your favorite DOM inspector to find ...


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Strong Names Strong naming uses a private key to digitally sign an assembly. Strong naming also stamps the assembly with a public key to validate the signature. This technique guards against unauthorized versions of a Web Part. If the public key fails to validate the digital signature, SharePoint Foundation refuses to run the module. When you ...



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