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Hello. I want all of our customers to have the opportunity to create their own document headers. I am planning to store this usercontrol in the customers database so when the document page loads - depending on who is authenticated - the document header is dynamically added before the document.

How can I do this?
I have tried something with parsecontrol, but no luck. I keep getting errors that the system "could not load type" etc....

does anyone have experience with this? storing usercontrols in database?

thanks in advance
martin
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ummm... and what about store a XML document in a varchar field and build the header with this XML?
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i dont want to do that
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