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How to disable Client Side and Proxy Caching of ASP.NET page?  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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By using all the Server Side caching features of ASP.NET 2.0 we can make our WebSites much more responsive and serve larger number of web requests at the same time (without buying new hardware) But we must not forget that Caching happens on the client side also, when Web Browser stores pages in its internal cache on the users Hard Drive or when user is accessing the internet over some HTTP Proxy....

ASP.NET Cache  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Caching is a technique of storing data in memory which takes time to create. Caching is one of the best features of the ASP.NET. For example, you could cache the data from complex query which takes time to fetch data. The subsequent requests would not need to fetch data from the database. You can get data directly from the cache. By using the cache, you can improve the performance of your application....

How to Enable Local Cache When Using Velocity (Microsoft Distributed Cache)  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Since I got this question twice this week, I'm writing this post. One of Velocity (Microsoft Distributed Cache) features is called local cache. In this tip I'll show how to enable that feature....

Partial Page Caching - consuming and displaying RSS XML feeds via XSL  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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This tip lightly covers three areas;

1. consuming an RSS feed (not hard),
2. partial page caching (not hard) and
3. presenting the XML data as HTML via an XSL template (not hard)....

Caching Data with the ObjectDataSource  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Caching can mean the difference between a slow and a fast Web application. This tutorial is the first of four that take a detailed look at caching in ASP.NET. Learn the key concepts of caching and how to apply caching to the Presentation Layer through the ObjectDataSource control....

Caching Interview Questions - Part 1  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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In this section we will touch base on one of important concepts in .NET Caching....

Caching Interview Questions - Part 2  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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In this section we will touch base on one of important concepts in .NET Caching....

Caching Data During the Lifespan of a Request  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Monthly tip #1: Scott Mitchell shows how to use caching data during the lifespan of a request

Caching is an excellent way to improve the performance of a web application, and ASP.NET offers a rich caching API. Caching data typically involves the Cache object, which serves as an in-memory cache available to all requests to a web application. For example, when a visitor reaches the Top Selling Products page you can store the results retrieved from the database in the Cache object. When the ...

Download a File Using URLDownloadToCacheFile     
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You can use WinInet to download a file from the Internet. But the easier way is to use the ::URLDownloadToCacheFile() or ::URLDownloadToFile() functions. The URL functions combine the capabilities of asynchronous monikers and URL monikers into easy-to-use functions. By using these functions, you do not have to worry about the protocols used to transfer the files, such as HTTP, FTP. In the simplest case, all you have to do is to pass them the URL. ::URLDownloadToCacheFile() downloads data into th...

Dynamically Generating and Caching Images in ASP.NET with the GeneratedImage Control     
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CodePlex is Microsoft's open source project community and provides a free hosting platform for open source projects created in .NET. Microsoft's own ASP.NET team has its own CodePlex page - - where they give code previews for upcoming releases. There you'll find the ASP.NET MVC 1.0 source code, a preview of the ASP.NET AJAX 4.0 Framework, and other future libraries, frameworks, and controls....

ASP.NET caching     
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There are a lot of good articles and tutorials about caching out there. Here are some notes I've been saving on the topic...

On a very simple level, there are two methods of caching:

* Output Cache for storing frequently requested pages
* The .NET Cache API for storing arbitrary data...

ASP.Net Quick Tips - Caching     
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This is part four in the ASP.Net tips series. In particular, this is a follow-up to, "ASP.Net Quick Tips - State Management" which focuses exclusively on caching.


1. is the number one way you can improve the performance of an ASP.Net application.
2. is a very easy way to fix problems which do not exist....

INFO: ASP.NET Caching Overview     
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The ASP.NET cache is a general-purpose cache facility for Web applications. It provides both a simple interface for caching and a more advanced interface that exposes expiration and change dependency services.

Caching is an extremely important technique for building high-performance, scalable server applications. Some items that are expensive to construct can be built once and then used for some amount of time before they are considered invalid. These items are stored in memory where they...

Synchronizing the ASP.NET Cache across AppDomains and Web Farms     
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Recently I published an article here about preventing multiple logins with the same credentials from different machines in a network or web farm scenario. I showed a simple solution that makes use of the Cache slidingExpiration property to act as a surrogate for the Session_End event handler while using StateServer or SQL Server session modes, which, running out of process, do not cause this event handler to fire....

ASP.NET Caching Basics     
Total Hits: 66  |  Today: 0Author: Peter A. Bromberg      Rating:  
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Caching is one of the least used and misunderstood, yet most powerful features of ASP.NET -- both in the 1.1 flavor, and even more so in ASP.NET 2.0. Most developers do not get into the details of harnessing the power of caching until they get to at least the intermediate proficiency level, and some never use it at all. Caching works a number of different ways in the 2.0 model, and offers finer - grained control over features and behavior. The purpose of this article is to provide you with a bas...

An Easy-To-Use CacheManager     
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ASP.NET provides a System.Web.Caching.Cache class. Every ASP.NET application domain has an instance of this class, which is accessible through Page.Cache property. Cache is used as temporary in-memory storage. Like ASP Application variables, Cache is an application level memory storage, which stores data common to all user sessions in an application. Cache also performs its own thread management. You do not have to lock it before changing data stored in it and unlock it afterwards, as you must d...

Invalidating an ASP.NET Web Application Cache Item from SQL Server (Part 1 – A simple example)     
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We have seen over and over again the question, "How can I invalidate a cache item in my ASP.NET Web application when a change is made in my database?" Well, this article will demonstrate one way to accomplish this using triggers, a console application, and dependency files. As the title implies this is a two part article, the second part (or example) will be much more complicated and will span many different types of technologies including HttpHandlers, SQL Server, and enabling SQL Server itself...

Data Caching in .net     
Total Hits: 143  |  Today: 0Author: Shijo Baby      Rating:  
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In simple terms data caching is storing data in memory for quick access. Typically information that is costly to obtain (in terms of performance) is stored in the cache. One of the more common items stored in a cache in a Web application environment is commonly displayed database values; by caching such information, rather than relying on repeated database calls, the demand on the Web server and database server's system resources are decreased and the Web application's scalability increased. As ...

Cache Management in ASP.NET     
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Before explaining cache management in ASP.NET, let me clarify that different people use different terms for explaining the same concept i.e. managing data. Some people refer to it as state management and some others refer to it as cache management. I love to use the term cache management, may be because I like the word "cache". But conceptually there is no difference between these two. Now let's discuss different aspects of cache management (or state management) in ASP.NET.
Although cache man...

Learn Better Ways to Manage Your Cache in ASP.NET     
Total Hits: 209  |  Today: 0Author: Wei-Meng Lee      Rating:  
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Caching is one of the features in ASP.NET 1.x that most developers are familiar with. And it has helped to fuel a yearning for cache dependency in SQL Server. The ability to refresh the cache if a row in a table has been modified is very useful to a lot of developers. And hence in ASP.NET 2.0, Microsoft built SQL Server cache dependency right into the product.
In this article, I'll look at the various ways you can cache your Web pages in ASP.NET 2.0; some of these techniques are even applicab...

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