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does iis log submitted form variables

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I need to analyse searches on my own Coldfusion powered searches.
IIS 6 logs submitted  URL variables in the uri-query field.  Is there any way that submitted FORM variables can be logged similarly in IIS ?
I will be logging separately via the CF application but want to know if IIS does this as well.
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Hello,

no- IIS does not log POSTed data.  You would need to write an ISAPI filter to do that job.

Cheers.
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Thanks for the quick response.  I just needed a positive yes or no to save me time in hunting through logs to make sure my own thought was correct.  It is hard usually to prove a negative.
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