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Calling C# script form SharePoint 2007 Item style

Posted on 2009-05-03
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Question: I am working with a CQWP item style and i need to add C# script to the item style to run complex calculations on run time on specific field that returned form the CQWP
Do any one know how can we call C# script from the SharePoint item style?
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You posted this in the XSLT zone. CQWP returns data that can be parsed by XSLT, iirc, but how does C# come into play? Is there a specific piece of output from CQWP that you can show us and to what you want it transformed?

It is possible with extension functions to use C# with XSLT.
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