Move ASP Code to Compiled Components

Moving your ASP code to compiled components is always a good idea. Compiled components enable fast execution, along with easy development, debugging, and testing.

For example, creating a record set object in a VB component can be more efficient than creating the same in ASP. Because ASP relies on interpreted languages like VBScript/JavaScript, the component and method invocation happen through IDispatch pointer instead of vTable binding. The latter is much faster than the former. Similarly, having a complex calculation subroutine that is used from many places in your Web site in a compiled component can boost performance.

So, making one call to the compiled component from the ASP, which wraps all computations/processing in it, is advisable. Also, the availability of an integrated environment facilitates debugging, and using VB/VC gives the developer much more flexibility for utilizing the strengths of these languages. This compiled code also can be reused from other pages if required.

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