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The SharePoint Data Zoom Web Part is a free tool which allows SharePoint users to easily build dynamic, data-driven content on any page. Data from SharePoint Sites, SharePoint Lists and virtually any other source can be aggregated and formatted with ease.

Using the Data Zoom Web Part, your SharePoint pages can perform powerful, flexible queries on a variety of data sources using simple, familiar syntax that's easy to write and understand. You'll be able to create robust, value-added SharePoint applications in a fraction of the time, without the need for .NET or XSLT programming.

Several examples of applications based on the Data Zoom Web Part are up and running in production environments today. These applications include a Sales Funnel using Data Zoom Extension for salesforce.com, a User Directory using Data Zoom Extension for Active Directory, and several more. These applications would have normally taken a few weeks or more to create by a .NET development team, but with the SharePoint Data Zoom Web Part the development effort involved only a single sharepoint web designer and took only a few days.

This community group is a place to share scripts and examples for use with the SharePoint Data Zoom Web Part. Please join, participate and contribute.

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over 7 years ago (07 Apr 2009 at 09:46 AM) by rschwartz78248
Hello Everyone,

So I am foaming at the mouth to get my hands on SharePoint Data Zoom web part but alas I can't seem to find a place to download a release version or even a beta or RC version. I have exhausted Google, the SharePoint Solutions site (which oddly has NO mention of this product) as well as this site. What gives? There are plenty of scripts out there that are written for this WP so someone must have their hands on the code. Can anyone provide any insight please? Also if the web part is simply not available yet is there is a know release date? That way I can set appropriate expectations in my organization for a project I am working on.

I greatly appreciate any insight.

Many thanks!

over 7 years ago (08 Apr 2009 at 05:50 PM) by tonybierman
Hi Richard,

Thanks for your message. We've just released the bits today. Here's a link to more info:


Thanks again,
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