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Language: Enterprise, Web
Expertise: Intermediate
Feb 26, 1999

Minimize Server Script in Active Server Pages

To improve performance in your Active Server Pages, try to minimize the amount of server script present. From a design point of view, putting extensive code and business rules in your pages is bad design. Putting them in components allows you to reuse the same component for both Internet/Intranet applications and also client server programs. Also, minimize the number of "blocks" of server script you have. Each page begins an interpretation process when it sees the server script markers. Minimizing the number of separate code blocks eliminates the delay as the server starts/stops the interpretation of script.
Joe Karbowski
 
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