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This article describes how to speed up your ASP pages by caching info in the Application object! If your Web sites uses info that is updated only rarely then you can dramatically speed up your ASP pages by caching that data in Application scope!
Author: Andrew Jennings Code: ASP 2.0 & VBScript
There are times when caching of your pages by browsers, proxy servers, and caching appliances can be a life saver. In general caching is a very good thing but, it can also be a real pain when it occurs at the wrong time. Author: asp101.com Code: ASP 3.0 & VBScript
This tutorial shows five different methods of dealing with telling browsers not to cache data in ASP pages. Author: Phil Paxton Code: ASP 2.0 & VBScript
Need to cache pieces of page content server side? Use functions in code snippet below to cache chunks of HTML code that take a while to generate. This helps performance when pulling from XML/RSS feeds, stock quotes, or other time consuming sources. Code: ASP 3.0 & VBScript
While using ASP on IIS5 running Windows 2000 a server side caching may cause you a lot of problems.
If you dont include the following on your pages, your server may cache an old document and not show the updated version for up to 16 - 24 hours.
Code: ASP 3.0 & VBScript
This article discusses how to increase the performance of your data-driven ASP pages by using the .CacheSize property of the Recordset article. Author: Jason Miller Code: ASP 2.0 & VBScript
This article demonstrates how to cache an entire web page! While this isn't really that practical, it does demonstrate how to use the Application object to cache data, and how to use the FileSystemObject to read the contents of a file!
Author: Code: ASP 2.0 & VBScript
It's not uncommon these days for your web site to include lots of different types of information from lots of different sources. If it's not already, one of these sources will probably soon be a remote web server. Author: asp101.com Code: ASP 3.0 & VBScript
In this article I will be introducing a VBScript page caching object that I have created and included here for you to use free of charge. The object can be added to any ASP page with just a few lines of code. Author: Joe Audette Code: ASP 3.0 & VBScript
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