Under SharePoint 2007 (Win Server 2008, SQL 2008) we made use of Response.Filter to meet certain requirements for accessibility to remove certain markup or add to markup that was missing attributes, etc.
When we upgraded to SharePoint 2010 we get the following error message from the pages, unless we remove the use of Response.Filter:
"Post cache substitution is not compatible with modules in the IIS integrated pipeline that modify the response buffers. Either a native module in the pipeline has modified an HTTP_DATA_CHUNK structure associated with a managed post cache substitution
callback, or a managed filter has modified the response."
I have found several posts including this article
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2014472 that explains that it is definately a problem, but no one has an alternative solution to using the Response.Filter, and the article doesn't say how to disable the use of Post Cache Substitution.
So, my question is how do I turn off the use of Post Cache Substitution in SharePoint 2010, or how can I alter the final markup of the page "After" the substitution happens? Or, if it is a control or three that are using Post Cache Substitution,
which one(s) so that I can remove them.
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