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Old February 26th, 2007, 05:51 PM
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Default include style in asp.net

Can I use <!--webbot bot="Include" ...> this include style to include an ASPX Page. If the answer is confirmed, I am gonna to check how.

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I have never seen <!--webbot bot="Include"...> ...ever in my entire life. So I am not sure what it is supposed to do? Its for sure not part of the .NET framework.

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The whole content for it should be like the following sentence:



The above one used in classic asp page to call an exist asp content from different location. I am not sure does asp.net support the same way or not.

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In classic you use


the same directive will work in .NET

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