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How do I upload a webpart in SharePoint 2007?

Posted on 2010-08-25
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I am getting the attached error when I am trying to upload a webpart, Dundas Charts/Gauges.  Does anyone know how do work around the error?
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Screen shot is attached.
webparterror.docx
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It would appear that the webpart you are attempting to upload to SharePoint has to be done via the server not from the front end.  Only DWPs can be uploaded via the front end.  My guess is they have an installation program you need to run on each of the SharePoint servers and then activate their features via the SharePoint interface.
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Here is the installation guide for Dundas Charts/Gauges

http://support2.dundas.com/Default.aspx?article=1411
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It was alreay uploaded.  For some reason, I had to repopulate it inside of the WebParts gallery.
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