embed usercontrol?


what are the pro's and cons of an embedded usercontrol V an external (compiled) usercontrol?

i can only think of these:
embedded pro: only the .exe and no .ocs needed

external pro: if there changes somthing in the usercontrol, not the whole .exe changes



i would like to see the thoughts of some experts


Mark
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Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
Hi Mark_FreeSoftware,

> external pro:

more easily reusable

Cheers!

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EDDYKTCommented:
also you can use your control on the web page
Mark_FreeSoftwareAuthor Commented:

>> also you can use your control on the web page

can you explain this a little bit?
EDDYKTCommented:
you can embed your ocx control into htmp or asp for web display via IIS
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