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Unable to get webpart connection in Edit menu of Webpart

Posted on 2010-11-07
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I wanted to add some filter webparts to sharepoint page but i am unable to get the webpart connections in the edit webpart menu.None of the out of the box webpart display their connections.In 2007 sharepoint connections appear in all OOTB menu but in 2010 it is not appearing.Do i need to do any settings or webpart configuration in Central administrator.
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by:Deathrace
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Check your permission, login as administrator and see if you find "Connections"
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To some reason the Sharepoint default pages are not showing connections in the menu.I created my own webpart page and it is showing the Connections in the edit menu.
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I found the solution myself.
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