Last post Oct 13, 2014 03:03 AM by umairaslam22
Oct 12, 2014 04:46 PM|Ptolemy|LINK
I'm using a web service or rather sort of a testversion of this service and previously I didn't know anyhting about connecting to a web service at all, so I'm very much a newbie (also to ASP.net concept as a whole). Since I'm now getting a hang of using
this service and have done most of the coding that is needed I'm ready to use their "real" web service but the documentations says:
"All data objects are cached on the server side, but a client using the web service should also cache the received data on the client side to keep the network traffic to a minimum."
Cache the received data on the client side? How do I do that?
Oct 13, 2014 03:03 AM|umairaslam22|LINK
you just have to write few lines in web config so that your data retrieved will be cached , but remeber its not hard and fast rule.
Cache will simply store the values recieved in page level cache so that next time the user experience will be a bit faster.