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the active schema does not support the element "iframe"

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I am getting this on one of my aspx pages.. Anyone have any guidelines to figuring out why I'm getting this error?  

On my other aspx pages where I have this iframe I'm able to view/modify fields in the from found on it but on the page getting this error I can only see that the iframe exists but cannot access anything on it because it tells me every field on it is null.
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Goto the page properties and look at which targetSchema you have selected for the page. Compare it with the other pages you have.

Chances are that on that particular page your targetSchema is one that does not support iframe.

hth

Vasco
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You are the man
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