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ValidationSection Class [IIS 7 and higher]

IIS 7.0

Enables or disables validation checks on configuration files.

class ValidationSection : ConfigurationSection

The following table lists the methods exposed by the ValidationSection class.

Name

Description

GetAllowDefinition

(Inherited from ConfigurationSection.)

GetAllowLocation

(Inherited from ConfigurationSection.)

RevertToParent

(Inherited from ConfigurationSection.)

SetAllowDefinition

(Inherited from ConfigurationSection.)

SetAllowLocation

(Inherited from ConfigurationSection.)

The following table lists the properties exposed by the ValidationSection class.

Name

Description

Location

(Inherited from ConfigurationSection.) A key property.

Path

(Inherited from ConfigurationSection.) A key property.

SectionInformation

(Inherited from ConfigurationSection.)

ValidateIntegratedModeConfiguration

A read/write boolean value. true if IIS generates a migration error message when it detects that an ASP.NET 1.0 Web application should be modified to run in Integrated mode; otherwise, false. The default value is true. For more information about this property, see the Remarks section.

This class contains no subclasses.

IIS generates a migration error message if the ValidateIntegratedModeConfiguration property is enabled and one of the following is true:

  • Your application defines an <httpModules> section in its Web.config file.

    In IIS 7 Integrated mode, ASP.NET modules are specified with native modules in a unified <modules> section under <system.webServer>

  • Your application defines an <httpHandlers> section in its Web.config file.

    In IIS 7 Integrated mode, the ASP.NET handler mappings are specified in a unified <handlers> section inside <system.webServer>. The <handlers> section replaces both the ASP.NET <httpHandlers> and IIS script-processor-mapping configurations, which were both required to set up a ASP.NET 1.0 handler mapping.

  • Your application's Web.config file specifies <identity impersonate="true" />.

    In IIS 7 Integrated mode, client impersonation is not available in some early request processing stages. Therefore, IIS will generate the migration error message. If your ASP.NET Web application impersonates client credentials (most common with intranet scenarios), you may want to set the ValidateIntegratedModeConfiguration property to false

If you migrate your configuration manually, or you do not migrate your configuration but you want IIS to remain in Integrated mode (which you should avoid), you can disable migration error messages by setting the ValidateIntegratedModeConfiguration property to false.

NoteNote:

Because IIS will no longer provide warnings for unsupported configurations when ValidateIntegratedModeConfiguration is false, ensure that your application works correctly in Integrated mode before you make this setting.

Type

Description

Client

Requires IIS 7 on Windows Vista.

Server

Requires IIS 7 on Windows Server 2008.

Product

IIS 7

MOF file

WebAdministration.mof

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