display classic asp page in content place holder of asp.net master page?

Is it possible to display classic asp page in content place holder of asp.net master page? if so how?
mikezx10Asked:
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WhiteMeatCommented:
If the asp page doesn't need access to cookies or session, you could create an HTTP Request to the ASP page, then dump the response into a placeholder control. Another solution would be to use an IFRAME.
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mikezx10Author Commented:
the asp is using one session varialbe i was thinking of making it a cookie, can asp & aspx read each others cookies??

How do i create  a HTTP Request to the ASP page, then dump the response ?  Im very new to asp & .net
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WhiteMeatCommented:
Yes, cookies are readable by both ASP and ASP.NET, but if you are taking the HttpRequest method, you won't be able to read the client cookies.
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mikezx10Author Commented:
Any suggestions?  Also how do i bump the points up on this question
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WhiteMeatCommented:
I think it might be helpful to know some of the specifics of the ASP page. What's does it do? Is the cookie functionality tied to the code in the ASP? Do you need to post any data back to the ASP?
 
 
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WhiteMeatCommented:
I think this question was asked/answered. You should really award points and ask a specific question relating to the issues of cookies within an embedded ASP.
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mikezx10Author Commented:
I should have asked a more specific question or the answer more complete
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