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I have an application that uses data access that runs slow the first
time. My first page reads data from an ODBC source and the second page
hits a MSDE database. After each page opens the first time, they run
just fine.

What should I do? I have all my code in ASPX pages right now, but I
would like to break it up in some code behind. Also, is this the
advantage in pre-compiling data access classes (like in a dll or is
there an easier way)? Help appreciated. Thanks.
Steve

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There is a significant perf hit the first time you hit an aspx page due to
the JIT compilation cost. This isn't repeated per-user, just each time the
app is started. If your app is running on a server, it should be a rare
occurance for a user to hit a page for the first time.

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I have an application that uses data access that runs slow the first
time. My first page reads data from an ODBC source and the second page
hits a MSDE database. After each page opens the first time, they run
just fine.

What should I do? I have all my code in ASPX pages right now, but I
would like to break it up in some code behind. Also, is this the
advantage in pre-compiling data access classes (like in a dll or is
there an easier way)? Help appreciated. Thanks.
Steve

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Nov 16 '05 #2

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