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Default using asp.net web user control in asp 3.0 App

Hi all

I have a Web User Control that is performing some search operations developed in asp.net 3.0. I have multiple web sites developed in ASP 3.0. I want to use this control on these web sites. This control uses logged on user information which i can get from cookies.

   Now My problem is that how i use this control on ASP 3.0 web page?
I had an idea to have an iframe in asp page and place the web user control in it but that doesn't work. it gives error about syntax. Can anybody tell how to do that?





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