Jan 14, 2008 05:37 PM|JRobert84|LINK
Here’s a subject I've been researching. I have seen a lot of hits on this but nothing really on the same page as what I am trying to do. Here is my situation.
I have a web application; we will call this the "Client Site", using ASP .NET 2.0 and MS Access. I have this hosted on a server with a shared hosting plan.
I also have a shared hosting for SharePoint 2007; let’s call this the "CMS Site". I like SharePoint because of its ease of use and it's really rather simple to create a list for specific things. However,
I do not want to take my "Client site" and move it over to strictly SharePoint due to cost. I am doing their web site as more of a favor.
Now, with that being said... How can I create a Data Connection that will display the contents of the SharePoint List on the
I know I will need a generic user that has Visitor status on the SharePoint Server... Which we can call
firstname.lastname@example.org. This would allow the guest on the Client Site read only access. One thing I should
make clear right off the bat is that I DO NOT WANT the ability to edit the list from the Client Site. I Have the SharePoint server for that. Has anyone else thought about this? Is this even possible? Because if it is I think it would make
life a lot easier for a lot of beginners like me.
sharepoint list fields