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Default iFrames & ASPX Pages

Hi,

I have an ASPX application that works great when I hit it via a direct URL. But when I insert it into an iFrame, I suddenly get all kinds of errors, especially "Object reference not set to an instance of an object."

Would anyone be able to provide me with some insight as to what the iFrame does that would prevent an ASPX from running properly when displayed through it? And are there any 'typical' fixes that would address these issues?

Thanks,
Chris


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