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User control doesn't show up on IE, what's wrong?


I've created a very simple user control which just has a label on it.
I followed the instruction but it doesn't show up. I don't know what's
wrong because there's no error message. It just showed an iframe-like
thing. Please let me know what went wrong. The user control itself can
be downloaded at

http://misako.co.kr/externaldata/Test.zip (I zipped it because
the .dll file cannot be downloaded.)
Jun 30 '08 #1
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