Images Not Returning With 304 Response Code Due To Rewrite Module?

Jan 12, 2011

In our ASP.NET web application, we use our own class to act as a rewrite module. It takes all requests to the server, acting as a bootstrapper.

To access an image on our web application, the browser requests

Does not having a proper URI mean the server will never respond with 304 NOT MODIFIED?

how to get the 304 response, so the browser doesn't have to download each image every refresh?

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