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hi,

 i have generated an .html output from a xslt transform.

 i now need to display the html within a .aspx page.

 how can i embed the html within a .aspx page ?
 i can then do a window.open(myfile.aspx,etc) which will
 work fine.

 Also if i do window.open(myfile.html,etc) this works fine on
 my development machione but fails when i put it on the public
 webserver as myfile.html does not exist locally. Can i do a
 window.open that will send the file from the server and not try and
 access a local copy of myfile.html ?

 i'm stuck. any help/pointers much appreciated.

 chas.







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