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Convlog.exe stops processing valid Internet Information Services (IIS) log files if the URL ends with a comma. A comma is the standard IIS log format separator.
If an HHTP get request for an URL ends with a comma (for example, if you incorrectly specify "document.ht," instead of "document.htm"), IIS logs an incorrect record. The following sample log excerpt demonstrates an incorrect log file created by specifying "document.ht,":