Poor-Man’s ISAPI Filter

On IIS, writing an ISAPI filter can give you flexible control over the URL path which users pass into your site. For example, normally when a user tries to hit http://server/path1/path2/filename, the virtual path must exist in some form on the server’s file system in order for the web server to resolve the page. But…

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Serving iCalendar from ASP

As a follow up to the previous post (http://blogs.msdn.com/joshpoley/archive/2007/12/10/creating-calendar-items.aspx), we will show how to serve up custom iCalendar files via an IIS web server.   The first thing to do is configure IIS to associate the .ICS file extension with the ASP script engine. This will allow us to create dynamic iCalendar files using our…

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