Using Web Assistant to Improve performance of ASP Pages

By Bill Graziano on 22 June 2000 | 0 Comments | Tags: Performance Tuning


This article, by Venkatraman Ambethkar, demonstrates how use the SQL Server 7 Web Assistant to speed up your ASP pages! The SQL Server Web Assistant can be used to create a static view of your database tables. If your database contains information that doesn't change extremely often, this approach provides better performance than continually hitting the database each time you wish to display database table information. Follow the link to Using Web Assistant to Improve performance of ASP Pages...

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