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Embedding 3rd party controls on HTML pages

I've been making some Windows Forms UserControls and
embedding them in HTML pages. This is working
great...except if I try and use a 3rd party control on my
UserControl. Has anybody played with this at all? Is
there a work around out there? Or am I missing something
obvious?
Thx,
-Aaron
Nov 17 '05 #1
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Aaron,

It all depends on how the third party control was built. We ran into a
situation with an alternative to crystal reports. It worked well, unless it
was placed in a user control. Their updated version now works in a user
control.

I suggest you report the problem tto the creator of the control in question
and hopefully they will fix and update it.

Sincerely,

--
S. Justin Gengo, MCP
Web Developer

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www.aboutfortunate.com

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"Aaron" <am*******@centershift.com> wrote in message
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I've been making some Windows Forms UserControls and
embedding them in HTML pages. This is working
great...except if I try and use a 3rd party control on my
UserControl. Has anybody played with this at all? Is
there a work around out there? Or am I missing something
obvious?
Thx,
-Aaron

Nov 17 '05 #2
Aaron Hi,

what's excectly the problem ?
Is the 3rd party control .Net or OCX one ?
did you download the 3rd party control to the client ?

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