Archive for April, 2010
On April 9, Mark Brown and I did a PHP|Architect webcast “PHP Performance On Windows”. The slides from the presentation have been published at the following link:
There were a number of question at the end of the webcast that we did not get to answer due to lack of time. This blog post provides answers to those questions. Continue Reading »
This post explains how to configure time-dependent URL rewriting rules by using IIS URL Rewrite 2.0. Time-dependent URL rewriting may be useful when you want to rewrite or redirect HTTP requests based on the time of day or when you need to take the entire site or some parts of the site offline for a scheduled period of time.
The rewrite rules are not time-aware, but it is relatively easy to add the time-dependent functionality by using URL Rewrite 2.0 extensibility. Follow the steps below to add a scheduler rewrite provider for URL Rewrite module. Continue Reading »