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Loading ASCX into ModalPopupExtender

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Hi,

I want to dynamically add an error modal popup to my web page.

Basically after a button press is triggered server side I want to try and process the event.

If I encounter an error I want to add a modal popup to the page displaying the error and return to the page?

Would it be worth setting up a class for this?
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