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SQL Extended Properties Edit in SharePoint 2010

Posted on 2011-02-11
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Hi everyone,

I asked a similar question before but I'm now phrasing it a bit differently:

HOW CAN I EDIT EXTENDED PROPERTIES OF A TABLE IN SHAREPOINT 2010?

So far, I'm thinking there's nothing 'out-the-box' that does this. So, I'm assuming this means that I will have to make a custom web-part that extracts the extended properties of a table, then allows me to edit that, and then after editing is complete, the webpart updates the extended properties in SQL.

I'm trying to figure out if there's a way to do this without using code (out the box features or something) OR  if this is the ONLY  way to do it.

Someone please help!
Thanks!

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if BDC and DVWP do not meet your needs, there is no OOB web part that will do this.  happy coding!
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