The ApplicationDependencies property contains the Application Dependencies list for the items in the Web service extension restriction list (WSERL). If an application is contained in this property, the application has dependencies on an item (or multiple items) in the WSERL.
Each string element is written as:
ApplicationName is a localizable description of the extension.
GroupID is a non-localizable string used to identify groups of extensions.
Some examples of elements in this property are shown below.
Active Server Pages;ASP Internet Data Connector;HTTPODBC Server Side Includes;SSINC WebDAV;WEBDAV FrontPage Server Extensions 2002;FPSE2002,ASP,IndexingService FrontPage Server Extensions;FPSE,ASP,IndexingService ASP.NET v1.1.4322;ASP.NET v1.1.4322
Configuring the ApplicationDependencies property with Admin Base Object (ABO) can be risky because the format of the property must be perfect. The property is represented as a buffer of strings that are delimited by \0 and composed of 2 fields separated by semi-colons. A safer way to configure this property is by using the extension-related ADSI and WMI methods of the IIsWebService object, such as the AddDependency and RemoveDependency methods. For code examples, see Adding Web Service Extensions to the Restriction List.
Active Server Pages;ASP
Internet Data Connector;HTTPODBC
Server Side Includes;SSINC