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Default Perl + ASP.NET usercontrols

Hi All,

Maybe an exotic question but you never knows. I don't know either where to post this question but I will give it a try on this forum.

Basically what I want to do is to load an ASP.NET usercontrol on a webpage with Perl.

I have a windows system which runs IIS and Apache server. My Apache server handles request from the outside world and my IIS server handles request only from the local machine itself. All my webpages are served by Apache and therefore I use Perl to write my CGIs. All my codes written in C# are only accessible trough my CGI scripts and for sofar it works fine for me.

Since I want to keep my Apache server and also continue with Perl scripting I prefer to leave my setup as is and try to do some exotic scripting to realize what I want. But loading an ASP.NET usercontrol on a page written with Perl starts to consume my time a little bit and I still think that it is possible (e.g. a perl module or something like that).

I don't expect that someone knows the answer because I searched the internet without success but giving me some directions will be appreciated. I will take the time to try them out.

[You must not re-invent the wheel but keep modifying the same wheel will not change the way of thinking.]

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