The reference section provides detailed information about the interfaces, objects, and data structures available for programming and administering IIS.
This section contains the following topics:
- Programmatic Administration Reference: This section is useful for administrators, script writers, and programmers who use WMI, ADSI or ABO to administer IIS through scripts or compiled code.
- Metabase Property Reference: This section defines the metabase properties used for IIS and includes code examples that show how to access the property.
- Registry Reference: This section defines the registry entries that pertain to IIS.
- Active Server Pages Reference: This section contains references for script languages, ASP built-in objects (such as the Request object), global.asa functionality, and @directives (such as @CodePage).
- Server-Side Include Directives Reference: You can use Server-Side Include (SSI) directives to include the contents of a file in a Web page, include information about a file, include server variables, or include the output from executables, such as Common Gateway Interface (CGI files) and Internet Server API (ISAPI) applications, all inside static Web pages. . This section contains a reference for each object, such as the advertisement rotator (AdRot) component.-->
- IIS Programming Reference: This section provides reference material for programmers who need access to IIS resources from compiled applications.
- Events Reference: This section describes the events that IIS lists in the Event Viewer and explains how to use them to monitor your Web server.
- Performance Counters Reference: This section describes counters that you can enable in the Performance Monitor MMC snap-in, allowing you to evaluate the performance of your Web server.
- Timeouts Reference: This section defines the IIS timeout properties and explains how to individually set them to configure your Web server for different tasks.
- Logging Properties Reference: This section describes the different values that you can log to the IIS log files using one of four log file formats.
- Redirect Reference: This section explains how to format a server redirection correctly.