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does php have to be disabled to enable tracing in iis7

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No, but FRT will not pick up on issues once PHP's thread takes over.  The article you referenced instructs you to disable ASP solely for the purposes of the article.  The article is demonstrating a trace on a 404.2 error, which is thrown when the web server is asked to serve an extension handled by a disallowed DLL.

When you light off FRT on a PHP request, you will see the normal trace until the PHP thread takes over.  Any errors or output at that point are handled by PHP.  Once PHP returns the generated response, control goes back to IIS, and you will see the trace continue from that point.
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