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Posted By SB Support on Monday, July 19, 2010

This documentation applies to IIS 5.0, IIS 6.0 or any versions prior to IIS 7.0 If you’re running SpeedBlog in any of these environments, you need to follow this document to enable Sitemap and RSS providers. By default, Internet Information Services (IIS) passes requests for only certain file types to ASP.NET to service. Files with file-name extensions such as .aspx, asmx, and .ashx are already mapped to the ASP.NET ISAPI extension (Aspnet_isapi.dll).

To have IIS pass other file-name extensions to ASP.NET, you must register the extensions in IIS.

Note: If you’re using URLmaster and have “no-extensions” enabled already, these instructions do not apply to you. If you are running IIS 7.0 whether in Classic or Integrated mode, these instructions do not apply to you.

To map the .rss file-name extension in IIS 6.0, 5.1 or lesser

  1. Open IIS Manager.

    Open IIS Manager

    Expand the node for the Web server computer, expand Web Sites, and then expand Default Web Site (or the name of your site).

    Expand the website
  2. Right-click the name of your application, and then click Properties.

  3. Click the Home or Virtual Directory tab, and then click Configuration.

     Click Configuration on the Virtual Directory

  4. On the Mappings tab, click Add.

    The Add/Edit Application Extension Mapping dialog box is displayed.

  5. In the Executable box, type or browse to the file Aspnet_isapi.dll. By default, the file is in the following location:

    %windows%\Microsoft.NET\Framework\---version number---\

    Note: You can get the complete path and file name from other mappings, such as the mapping to .aspx files.

     Find the location of aspnet_isapi dll

  6. In the Extension box, type the file-name extension, .rss

    Add Edit Extension Mapping Note :Make sure that you include the dot (.) as part of the file-name extension.

  7. Uncheck the Verify that file exists check box because .rss does not represent an actual file, SpeedBlog handles that extension dynamically

  8. Click OK and then close IIS Manager.

Note :Repeat the same steps to map the .xml file-name extension.


To map extension in IIS 7.0 running in Classic or integrated mode

In most cases, SpeedBlog should automatically be able to take care of mapping the extensions as soon as you enable the respective providers (Pingback, sitemap or rss).

Note :Repeat the same steps to map the .xml file-name extension.

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