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Using the sharepoint datasheet view in a custom ASP.NET application

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Hi,

I was wondering whether anyone knows whether you can use the sharepoint datasheet view control in a custom ASP.NET application? Ideally, I'd like to load the grid with data from a data table, alow the user to make changes vie the datasheet view and then post this back to a database.

If anyone has coded this functionality using the datasheet view, OWC or some other means I'd be interested in finding out how you did it?

Thanks in advance,

Jay.
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No you cannot.  Sharepoint has it's own custom ISAPI .NET DLL  You have to work within Sharepoint on a Sharepoint server.
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Thanks for the info.

Regards,

Jay.
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