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Last post Aug 26, 2011 07:51 AM by HCamper
Dec 03, 2009 09:12 AM|LINK
Yes, we are working on an update for FastCGI on IIS7. This bug will be included in that update.
Dec 05, 2009 01:55 PM|LINK
Thanks for the info.
When can we expect this update to be released?
I don't want to get into using the Rewrite Module of the IIS because but if the update won't be released anytime soon I will probably have no other choice.
Thank you in advance for any further info.
Dec 05, 2009 01:56 PM|LINK
I don't want to get into using the Rewrite Module of the IIS, but if the update won't be released anytime soon I will probably have no other choice.
Dec 05, 2009 07:45 PM|LINK
I can't tell you exact dates but we are working hard to ensure that this gets released as soon as possible. Expect an update around the month of January though is is just an estimate.
Jan 19, 2010 12:56 PM|LINK
Jan 19, 2010 04:59 PM|LINK
Today we announced release of FastCGI 1.5 for IIS5.1/6.0. The next step is now to work on back port of this for IIS7.0 which will be happening soon and should fix this defect. Stay tuned, it should be relatively fast now.
Feb 02, 2010 02:46 PM|LINK
I'm pretty sure it worked a year ago when I migrated to IIS7, but I just happened to check headers were fine as I'm changing some urls and found the 302 bug. Is it know when this broke or am I imagining it ever working?
Feb 02, 2010 02:57 PM|LINK
We are still working on the release plan. I will let you know once we have done the release.
Feb 12, 2010 06:13 PM|LINK
Ich brauch das Update ganz dringend, kann doch nicht sein das so ein Fehler über ein Jahr lang besteht?!
Feb 25, 2010 11:56 AM|LINK
If only I had known about this bug before implementing big site changes... Surely there must be a rough release plan?