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Tip of the Day
Language: Web
Expertise: Beginner
Aug 14, 2000

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Don't Buffer Your ASPs

Using the Buffer property of the Response object to buffer Active Server Pages (ASPs) generally isn't a very good idea. When you buffer an ASP, none of the page is outputted until the entire page is rendered. Therefore, a buffered page takes a lot more time to display—especially a large HTML page.
Manoj Mittal
 
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