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This project provides flash tooling for Windows SharePoint Services 3.0. The main content provided is a document library template for storing flash stream files (flv files). The library provides a link to an application page containing a flash viewer using the ECB menu. The app page displays the flash movie using a streaming approach. Also included is a webpart which you can point to a valid stream for hosting on your own site pages.

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