If the ServerXMLHTTP or WinHTTP component must send a request to another ASP on the same server, the target ASP must be located in a different virtual directory and set to run in high isolation. Avoid using ServerXMLHTTP or WinHTTP to send a request to an ASP that is located in the same virtual directory.
If a single recursive request causes IIS to deadlock, the typical cause is that ASP script debugging is enabled. When debugging is enabled, only one ASP worker thread is available to process the incoming requests for ASP pages. The workaround is to either disable debugging or separate all of the ASP pages into isolated virtual directories and processes.
ID do Artigo: 316451 - Última Revisão: 22 de jun de 2014 - Revisão: 1