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Coding Forums Forums > Archive > Archive > ASP .Net > Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent Activity New Profile However, this feels more like a workaround than a fix to me, unless I'm misunderstanding how the cache is used? All rights reserved.
After some debugging I nailed the following example request down: REQUEST GET /xyz/SomeFlashFile.swf HTTP/1.1 GUID: 47e49e6e-8646-4cb5-a0c2-947d50b90a06 Host: xyz.com RESPONSE HTTP/1.1 304 Not Modified Last-Modified: Mon, 25 Jan 2010 10:40:12 GMT Accept-Ranges: I can't say with 100% certainty, but in a visual scan, it appeared that there was a one-to-one relationship between requests that the sniffer indicated had timed out, and "OK"-type responses What do you call someone who acts "cool-headed"? Iis 500 0 64 share|improve this answer answered Apr 6 '15 at 3:03 Superbest 6,42483178 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign
An interesting thing to notice is the "IPServer: WEB1" header - this is set programmatically by our content server to trace which server handled the response originally - but WEB1 has Iis 302 Error I'm running IIS 7 on Windows Web Server 2008 R2. In general, the proxy shouldn't worry about this. http://www.checkupdown.com/status/E304.html Jul 17, 2007 02:08 PM|cseaman|LINK I've got an installation of IIS 5.0 on Windows 2000 Server, running an ASP.NET 2.0 web site which includes a web service.
Everything typically works as expected, and the site is used to host e-learning software (a lot of Flash and media) browsed via IE 6.0/7.0. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12089065/status-code-304-not-modified-but-file-was-modified up vote 18 down vote favorite 7 Any ideas why on some links that I try to access using HttpWebRequest I am getting "The remote server returned an error: (304) Not Iis Error 500 Internal Server Error www.microsoft.com/security > (This posting is provided "AS IS", with no warranties, and confers no > rights.) > > Get Preview at ASP.NET whidbey > http://msdn.microsoft.com/asp.net/whidbey/default.aspx > > =?Utf-8?B?QXZpaml0?=, Jul 14, 304 Not Modified Error Here's the code.
and works for the most part fine on a local machine (i.e., browser on the same XP Pro box where IIS is running). > > The problem is I am getting You will find the resource loads up again no problem, but there is now no round trip to the server and no 304 response. Because WPA 2 is compromised, is there any other security protocol for Wi-Fi? Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Iis Error 404
asked 4 years ago viewed 3909 times active 2 years ago Get the weekly newsletter! If your client is not a Web browser, then it should equally be able to present the page from a cache. ASP.NET 1.1.4322.573 > > > > doesn't 304 mean 'not modified'? Martin Pirker, Oct 11, 2004, in forum: Ruby Replies: 3 Views: 308 Martin Pirker Oct 12, 2004 Pip install failing with HTTP 304 (Not Modified) , Jun 14, 2013, in forum:
IIS returns a 304, even though the client doesn't yet have a copy of the resource. –Philippe Leybaert Apr 28 '10 at 13:05 @Philippe, have you found a solution 304 Not Modified Cache Craig Deelsnyder Guest Avijit wrote: > Hi: > > I have written a small ASP.NET app to display various graphs and data using C# codebehind classes etc. Because the majority of our visitors use the Chrome browser?
If a client gets a 304 Not Modified, then it's the client's responsibility to display the resouce in question from its own cache. EDIT: I've found a workaround, enable caching and then disable it on an extension level did the trick for me.
In doing an HTTP trace, it looks as if certain assets (.xml and .swf files primarily) are taking a long time to load, after which the HTTP sniffer says that they've From the further information you provided, the problem seems become more complex and seems that there're something wrong with the ASP.NET service on that machine. via If_Modified_Since headers in the request. If this not work, I'm afraid the asp.net installed on the machine may be corrupted.
Magento2, requirejs-config.js is defined but still Uncaught TypeError is exist What does "I've eaten myself stupid" mean? When you make an HTTP request, the server normally returns code 200 OK. Jul 18, 2007 11:18 AM|cseaman|LINK The sniffer's reports of timeouts should come straight from IE's engine, and it's consistent with what we're actually seeing (the progress bar freezes until the timeouts