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DEWD is an Umbraco 4.0 extension used to edit sequential data such as rows in a SQL server database table. It's meant to allow developers to quickly set up user friendly table editing in Umbraco (eg. for editors) without having to write custom code. Written in C#/ASP.NET 3.5.

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