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Chapter 14. The Extensible Core Server > Enabling Managed Code (ASP.NET) in IIS...

Enabling Managed Code (ASP.NET) in IIS 7.0

For the first time, managed code is a first-class citizen in IIS 7.0. In previous versions of IIS, managed code developers could not access data early in the request-processing cycle, because the IIS pipeline owned the area. Only when IIS sent the request (invoked) to ASP.NET could managed code act upon the request using a Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) module. In IIS 7.0, a managed module has the same level of access to the request processing events as a native module has, and gives developers greater access to events.

It is important to understand how to enable managed code (i.e., webengine.dll), how to access request processing events and the implications of doing so.


  

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