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 Speed Tips Site: LearnASP 
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There are several ways to speed up a given ASP page, and this section gives a couple of ways to do that. Some include buffering, speeding up database accessing and also eliminating repetition. Author: Charles Carroll Code: ASP 3.0 & VBScript

 Server Optimization Site: LearnASP 
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Improving server performance is not so well documented and many of the articles lean towards vague, not specific tips. Here are a few tips in what is hopefully as concrete a way as possible. Author: Charles Carroll Code: ASP 3.0 & VBScript

 Speed/Optimization Site: LearnASP 
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Speeding up your scripts involves many big and small script changes. We have prepared this "before" and "after" example to illustrate the point. This snip gives an example that assumes you truly have to display this many records. Author: Charles Carroll Code: ASP 3.0 & VBScript

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Fetching records in an optimized way actually has many variations. This snip will list most of them here, provide code sample and typical timings for fetching and displaying records. Author: Charles Carroll Code: ASP 3.0 & VBScript

 Speed/Optimization: Driver Site: LearnASP 
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Fetching records in an optimized way may have many variations but before you get to the database you interact with a driver. This snip will show how to time the difference between arbitrary drivers. Author: Charles Carroll Code: ASP 3.0 & VBScript

 Property Reads are Expensive Site: LearnASP 
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Do not fetch any values obtained via ASP/COM more than once. Store them and use the stored values. It speeds up code significantly. Typical examples people forget this include recordset values, request.form and request.querystring. Author: Charles Carroll Code: ASP 3.0 & VBScript

 Reusable Libraries Site: LearnASP 
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You should create many subroutines and functions and instead of placing them in each page just use the include facility to access them. The following scripts are very compact because they call SUBroutines that the include files contain. Author: Charles Carroll Code: ASP 3.0 & VBScript

 ASP Speed Tricks Site: Somacon 
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This collection of articles describes practical methods of optimizing the performance of classic ASP pages which retrieve and display tabular data from a database. Comparative test results are presented. Author: somacon Code: ASP 3.0 & VBScript

 ASP Performance Site: WEB Developers Journal 
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We may not have any control over the user's bandwidth, but we can certainly try to optimize our ASP sites to deliver the best performance. Firstly, what factors might affect the performance of ASP? Unfortunately, there are a lot Author: David Code: ASP 3.0 & VBScript


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