As far as I can tell, even if it's not impossible, there is at least no
easy way to do it. You may look at the article "Windows Forms Over the Web"
by Chris Sells on http://www.sellsbrothers.com/tools/winformsweb.pdf.
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| Subject: winform control in web page, interaction from control to page
| Date: Tue, 3 Dec 2002 08:41:54 -0800
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| If I have a winform control on a web page, how can the
| winform control interact with other HTML elements that are
| on the same page? For example, a user clicks a button on
| my client-side .NET control, and the control fills in an
| HTML text box or redirects a frame in a frameset.
| Instantiating the control and calling its methods from the
| web page is straightforward. Going in the other direction
| is not.