While trying to troubleshoot an IIS error I came upon a guide that discussed the error code in the IIS log.
The post uses the following excerpt from an IIS log file ...
2013-06-16 03:39:19 ::1 GET /test.aspx mincase=80 80 - ::1 - 500 16 0 3173
The article goes on to say that the 500 represents the status code while the 16 is the substatus code. However, when I try and search for the status code via Google, I always see it referred to as
500.16. Is this essentially two different ways to reference the same error code? Is there a difference between and
500 16 and