[thelist] cancel: custom page extentions

walker walker at sdproductions.com
Mon Jan 26 09:44:01 CST 2004

I'm saying that its a silly practice to write code with custom page 

I think we are in agreement.


At 12:41 AM 1/26/2004, you wrote:
>From: "walker" <walker at sdproductions.com>
>Subject: [thelist] cancel: custom page extentions
>: <tip type="creating custom page extensions in IIS">
>: 1) Open the properties page for your web site in IIS
>: 2) Select the "Home Directory" tab
>: 3) Click on the "configuration" button
>: 4) Make sure the "mappings" tab is selected
>: 5) Click on the "add" button
>: 6) Input the path to the executable and your
>: custom extention
>: Note that if you write your code with custom extensions,
>: you probably won't ever be able to run the app/site on a
>: server you don't control. Pretty silly practice.
>: </tip>
>Please explain why this is a "pretty silly practice". Personally I can think
>of a few reasons why an administrator would not want to give this
>functionality out to users on a shared box.
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walker fenton
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