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From webservice call .aspx page and display the .aspx page -1000pt

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Anyone know if it is possible from webservice code call a .aspx page and display the page. This is the same question as in this link: That other one has more detail.
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/Dot_Net/Q_20932476.html
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GoodJun,
  Thanks for the discussion on that link.
  It took awhile to get clear on it, but I think we covered it pretty exhaustively.
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