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ASP.NET 2.0 Unleashed by Stephen Walther

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Chapter 23. Caching Application Pages and Data

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Overview of Caching

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Using Page Output Caching

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Using Partial Page Caching

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Using DataSource Caching

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Using Data Caching

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Using SQL Cache Dependencies

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Summary

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If someone put a gun to my head and told me that I had 5 minutes to improve the performance of a website, then I would immediately think of caching. By taking advantage of caching, you can dramatically improve the performance of your web applications.

The slowest operation that you can perform in an ASP.NET page is database access. Opening ...

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