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Determine size of the data passed from server to client

Greetings,

We've recently been working with our site pages' viewstate, turning
off unnecessesary viestate items to reduce page size for faster
loading. We are also experimenting with using less tables etc.

What is the best way to determine the amount of data passed from
server to client in an ASP.NET page run? Right now the only way we
know is to view source, save source and view the file size properties.
I believe this may not give a true reflection of the data passed down
to the client though.

Surely there must be a more elegant way of determining how much data
is passed back to the client to help us determine if the changes we
are making is having an effect.

Thanks,

David Fields
Nov 18 '05 #1
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if you use netscape or mozilla, it will give all the stats you need.

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Greetings,

We've recently been working with our site pages' viewstate, turning
off unnecessesary viestate items to reduce page size for faster
loading. We are also experimenting with using less tables etc.

What is the best way to determine the amount of data passed from
server to client in an ASP.NET page run? Right now the only way we
know is to view source, save source and view the file size properties.
I believe this may not give a true reflection of the data passed down
to the client though.

Surely there must be a more elegant way of determining how much data
is passed back to the client to help us determine if the changes we
are making is having an effect.

Thanks,

David Fields

Nov 18 '05 #2
www.fiddlertool.com offers a tool which we use for just this purpose on
Office Online. Additionally, it will show you all of the stats about the
images, CSS, JS, etc.

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Thanks,

Eric Lawrence
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"mykidisgollum" <da****@dayspring.com> wrote in message
news:42**************************@posting.google.c om...
Greetings,

We've recently been working with our site pages' viewstate, turning
off unnecessesary viestate items to reduce page size for faster
loading. We are also experimenting with using less tables etc.

What is the best way to determine the amount of data passed from
server to client in an ASP.NET page run? Right now the only way we
know is to view source, save source and view the file size properties.
I believe this may not give a true reflection of the data passed down
to the client though.

Surely there must be a more elegant way of determining how much data
is passed back to the client to help us determine if the changes we
are making is having an effect.

Thanks,

David Fields

Nov 18 '05 #3

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