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Output Caching tutorials

  • Output caching is the caching of pages or portions of pages that are output to the client. This does not happen automatically. The developer must enable output caching using either the OutputCache directive or the HttpCachePolicy class. We will describe both methods.

  • You can apply output caching to an entire page or to a portion of a page. To cache only a portion of a page, you apply the caching to a user control contained within the page. We will describe this later in this chapter.


The syntax of the output caching is:

<%@ OutputCache Duration="#no ofseconds"

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

Shared="True | False"


VaryByCustom="browser | customstring"



VaryByContentEncoding="encodings" ProviderName="Provider_name" %>

  • The below tables shows the list of attributes of output caching:





Optional, The name of the cache settings to associate with the page


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


Default is Any,


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


Specifies a string value that identifies the custom output-cache provider to used


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


A Boolean value that determines whether user control output can be shared with multiple pages, The default is false


A semicolon-separated list of HTTP headers used to vary the output cache


Any text that represents custom output caching requirements


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


This attributes specify a semicolon-separated list of strings that are used to vary the output cache.


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


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