IIS7 – post #29 – 100 days and counting of IIS7 / Longhorn

I was celebrating my https://iislogs.com server has been up for 100 days by geeking on HTTP Modules / HTTP Handlers.  I’m still working through my HTTP module / handlers example.  Once I have the code finished, I’ll post up.  I found some good links for this topic.  Enjoy

ASP.NET Application Life Cycle Overview  (Nice graph of all events)

Introduction to HTTP Handlers 

Introduction to HTTP Modules 

Custom ASP.NET Processing with HTTP Handlers 

ASP.NET 2.0 Internals 

appcmd list config /section:system.webServer/modules

appcmd list config /section:system.webServer/handlers

appcmd list config /section:system.webServer/handlers

The first 100 days of IIS7

3 thoughts on “IIS7 – post #29 – 100 days and counting of IIS7 / Longhorn”

  1. Nice post … I just wanted to add some IIS7 bonuses brought by the Integrated pipeline architecture (the future of ASP.NET? I think so):

    ASP.NET Integration with IIS7: http://www.iis.net/default.aspx?tabid=2&subtabid=25&i=928

    More walkthroughs and info on how to take advantage of Integrated pipeline from the IIS7 core server page:

    Also, in Integrated mode (and by default), the modules and handlers are now being loaded from IIS configuration sections, so modify your appcmd commands ever so slightly:

    appcmd list config /section:system.webServer/modules

    appcmd list config /section:system.webServer/handlers

    Thanks for posting!

  2. Thanks Mike for the post and adding the links. I’ve updated the appcmd commands in my post.

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