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Old May 31st, 2010, 09:13 AM
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Nick:

Wow! Thanks for the reply. Apparently, there is much more to this than just making sure you accept only HTTP POST verbs. I'm relatively "new" to Web programming. I understand the basics (which is probably what 80% of all "web programmers" really understand, if you think about it). I had no idea that the 404 would be returned through MS's attribute.

I am aware of most of the HTTP error codes, but 405 is not one of them. That's interesting. Thanks again, I am truly here to learn. Guess I should get my hands on the HTTP spec and check MS's code for what they're doing. It's unfortunate that I can't trust them to create "compliant" code when that's what they're touting.

Guess I'll be hooking back up ManagedFusion.Web.Mvc.dll.