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The most common inefficiency in a typical portal site occurs when multiple Web Parts simultaneously make network requests for data. Each request, whether to a Web service or a remote database, ends up adding to the overall time it takes to process the page even though the requests are typically independent of each other and could conceivably be issued in parallel.
Fortunately, ASP.NET 2.0 also introduces an easy-to-use asynchronous page model that, when used in combination with asynchronous Web service calls and asynchronous database access, can significantly improve the response time for a portal page as several independent Web Parts collect data in parallel. Here I’ll look at techniques for building Web Parts that perform their data retrieval asynchronously to make the portal pages that contain them more responsive and scalable.

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Posted on Saturday, July 1, 2006 1:18 PM ASP.NET | Back to top

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