Last post Feb 13, 2009 08:19 AM by venkys99
Feb 13, 2009 02:20 AM|venkys99|LINK
Feb 13, 2009 06:58 AM|O11Y|LINK
A refresh every 1 second is quite intensive. If you get 1,000 users on your site at once that's 1,000 requests a second - 60,000 a minute!
If your database is quite small then you might be able to handle this but with an auction website I'm guessing you will have quite a lot of items. You will need to implement a decent caching strategy at the very least; your query that occurs every second
should be cached and then shared out amongst all the requests, this will at least cut down on the work your database is doing. You may even want to consider HTML output caching on your webserver (although if you can filter / sort your item list this might
There's no "quick fix" here. You will need to do some reading and come up with a strategy.
Feb 13, 2009 07:12 AM|sangam100|LINK
Hi venkys99 ,
You have better to consider making the site faster. There goes lots of tips for high performance asp.net web applications. And with the use of caching for application wide data, you will get better result.
For higher performance in asp.net:
Hope this helps. Please feel free to ask if any problem persists or if any help is required. Thanks.
Feb 13, 2009 08:19 AM|venkys99|LINK
label controls doesn't get refreshed.
Do you have an example of a timer control which refreshes the grid and label controls thru ICallBackEventHandler?
Is it possible to use ASP.NET 3.0 features to enhance the performance? Will Silverlight help me in such situations?