Archive for July, 2009

URL Rewrite Module 2.0 for IIS 7 – Beta

Today IIS team has released the URL Rewrite Module 2.0 for IIS 7 – Beta. This is an incremental release that includes all the features from version 1.1, and adds support for outbound response rewriting. More specifically, it can be used to:

  • Replace the URLs generated by a web application in the response HTML with a more user friendly and search engine friendly equivalent
  • Modify the links in the HTML markup generated by a web application behind a reverse proxy.
  • Fix up the content of any HTTP response by using regular expression pattern matching

Install the URL Rewrite Module 2.0 Beta

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URL Rewrite Module 2.0 for IIS 7 – Beta (x86)

URL Rewrite Module 2.0 for IIS 7 – Beta (x64)

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ruslany on July 16th 2009 in URLRewrite

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Per-site PHP configuration with PHP 5.3 and IIS

About a year ago I wrote an article about how to enable per-site PHP configuration on IIS with FastCGI. The instructions in that article required some non-trivial manipulations of IIS and FastCGI configuration settings. At that time it was one of the primary options for enabling per site php.ini support (other option was to use the htscanner extension for PHP). Now, with PHP 5.3 final release available, it is much simpler to implement the same configuration because PHP 5.3 has built-in support for per-directory INI settings and for user-defined INI files. This post describes how to use these features of PHP 5.3 with IIS to enable per-site and per-directory PHP configuration. Continue Reading »

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ruslany on July 11th 2009 in FastCGI, PHP

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