IIS 7.0 – Classic and Integrated pipeline

While creating a new app pool, users are required to choose framework version and pipeline type. I was not sure about the difference between available pipeline types. I spent some time on this topic and reading MSDN articles. this is what I understood:

Classic Pipe Line in IIS 7.0

  • Works just like IIS 6.0
  • All requests pass through the IIS pipeline first, and then if the file extension is mapped to ASP.NET ISAPI extension, then the request is handed to aspnet_isapi.dll and passes through the ASP.NET request pipeline.
  • If the file is static file, ASP or PHP, it is handled by something else.

Integrated Pipeline IIS 7.0

  • Allows http modules to participate in all requests
  • This works also for static contents, PHP pages and image
  • Provides unified request processing, regardless of handler
  • For example, managed Forms Authentication can be used for all content, including ASP pages, CGIs, and static files.

Cheers!!!

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