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Dear Friends,
I want to develop a module in share point 2007.
I have VSeWSS 1.2  installed on my computer. and I have followed
Chris Johnson link to learn how to create an aspx page in sharepoint.
The problem is when I want to use my aspnet controls, it show me error on design view
(I have removed masterpage form my site , so it will show my html controls in design view... but none of my asp.net controls will show without error)
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Design view in visual studio is not available for sharepoint 2007 aspx pages. if you want to provision inside sharepoint. but if want  deploy in layout pages using your custom master page, then it's possible.
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Thanks Dude;)
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