Web sites and Web Applications today, are very often exposed beyond the borders of your home country, and therefore users speak different languages, and has a different currency, date- and time formats etc. ASP.NET provides you with an entire namespace for handling things like this. That is the System.
Some time ago, I blogged about Adding an Application Pool to IIS7 programmatically [http://www.martinnormark.com/post/Adding-an-Application-Pool-to-IIS7-programmatically.aspx] . The result was a new Application Pool, that uses the Integrated Pipeline in IIS7. In this post I will show you how to add a new Website, that uses the
Internet Information Services 7 (IIS7) [http://www.iis.net/default.aspx?tabid=7] has a great new set of features regarding configuration. Using the Integrated Configuration system, you can configure your server from XML files, the IIS7 manager, the command prompt using the APPCMD tool, but IIS7 also lets you