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Hi,
I am using third Party Control in my Web Application. ASP.net 4.0.

The control i am using is Free, but it adds its name on the Header of the Page.

Is there any way so that i can filter those two lines When HTML code is sent as Response to client?

Prathamesh
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Ankur\m/ 2-Jan-12 7:14am
   
Doing that will probably void the license agreement. Please read the agreement well before tampering the code.
prathameshpitale 2-Jan-12 7:17am
   
ok. but Do you have any Solution or idea for this?

It is quite common that we see names of the Thirdy party when use their library or tool in our application when it is free. In some cases we see even on licensed. So, removing that depends on which control are you using. In most of the cases we cannot remove those names since we dont have the complete scripts. some scripts will in-built that we cannot edit. So, go for licenced tools and libraries, there you may not find the names.
   
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Prasad_Kulkarni 2-Jan-12 7:07am
   
Perfect explanation sir,
prathameshpitale 2-Jan-12 7:17am
   
Can you guide be how should i do it? atleast i will give a try!
No there is no such way or filter without buying licence of that product.
   

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