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I have been batteling my 6 or so second page load time.
I am wondering if I have to many controls on the page for
a data input screen. Can someone tell me what a large
view state would be considered? Also if I have too many
4 Command Buttons
11 Text boxes
3 combo boxes
*4 text boxes
*4 labels
*Edit, Update arguments

could all those server controls result in large page

I have vies state enabled = false on all text and label
controls and I use the Not Is.Page postback.

Any ideas?
Nov 18 '05 #1
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> The More controls the page have, the slower the page to be loaded.
However, It does not look like to be too many controls in your page. It
might be the capacity of your IIS server or the length and logic of the code

Bin Song, MCP

Yeah but he did mention he was using a datagrid on the page. I'd bet
dollars to donuts his view state is quite large due to that one control
alone. A simple "View Source" would easily confirm such is the case with
the hidden view state field.

Peter "prefers dollar$ to donuts" O'Reilly
Nov 18 '05 #2

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