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@ Master Type Directive tutorials

  • Provides a way to create a strongly typed reference to the ASP.NET master page when the master page is accessed from the Master property



The syntax of MasterType directive is.

<%@ MasterType attribute="value" [attribute="value"...] %>

  • The following table shows the attributes and properties of the MasterType directive.





This attribute specifies the type name for the master page


Specifies the path to the file that generates the strong type


  • Example: The following code example demonstrates how to set the virtual path to an ASP.NET master page.

<%@ MasterType VirtualPath="~/masters/SourcePage.master"" %>

@ OutputCache

  • The OutputCache directive controls output caching for a page or user control.



The syntax of @ OutputCache is

<%@ OutputCache Duration="#ofseconds"

Location="Any | Client | Downstream | Server | None | ServerAndClient "

Shared="True | False" VaryByControl="controlname"

VaryByCustom="browser | customstring" VaryByHeader="headers"

VaryByParam="parametername" VaryByContentEncoding="encodings"

CacheProfile="cache profile name | ''" NoStore="true | false"

SqlDependency="database/table name pair | CommandNotification"


  • The following table shows the list of attributes and description of OutputCache Directive.





The time, in seconds, that the page or user control is cached

Setting this attribute on a page or user control establishes an expiration policy for HTTP responses from the object and will automatically cache the page or user control output.


One of the OutputCacheLocation enumeration values, The default is Any.


The name of the cache settings to associate with the page

This is an optional attribute and defaults to an empty string ("").


A Boolean value that determines whether to prevent secondary storage of sensitive information


A Boolean value that determines whether user control output can be shared with multiple pages, The default is false. For more information, see the Remarks section.

Sql Dependency

A string value that identifies a set of database and table name pairs that a page or control's output cache depends on


Any text that represents custom output caching requirements. If this attribute is given a value of browser, the cache is varied by browser name and major version information.


A semicolon-separated list of HTTP headers used to vary the output cache. When this attribute is set to multiple headers, the output cache contains a different version of the requested document for each combination of specified headers.


A semicolon-separated list of strings used to vary the output cache. By default, these strings correspond to a query string value sent with GET method attributes, or a parameter sent using the POST method.


A semicolon-separated list of strings used to vary a user control's output cache.


A semicolon-separated list of strings that are used to vary the output cache

The VaryByContentEncodings attribute is used with the Accept-Encoding header to determine how cached responses are served for different content encodings.



<%@ OutputCache Duration="180" VaryByParam="None" %>


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