By default, output cache is not invalidated on changing the page permissions. We do not recommend deselecting this option, because any change of permissions will invalidate the output cache of all pages.
When developing Web pages, performance always becomes an issue.
NET MVC but the same approach can be used in any C# solution.
does support this out of the box – you just don't hear about it much.
You can tell the runtime to remove cached pages and controls simply by using a very simple recursive API that refers to it's relative Url.
Creating a new cache dependency doesn’t help us much if we can’t get a reference to it later – otherwise, how can we call One quick singleton pattern later and we can call these methods from throughout our codebase.
When we invoke our slow action for the first time we need to add the dependency to the response using a unique key to identify the slow resource: to your controllers instead of accessing it directly, but the singleton will suffice for this example.
This article provides an example of caching techniques in ASP. This is especially true for unchanging or infrequently changing data (aka dictionaries).
Interaction with the database can significantly reduce page loading speed.
Sitefinity exposes a class called and, if you wanted to inject dynamic content onto cached pages, you can take advantage of this infrastructure without hindering performance.
You can disable caching page by page and you can also leverage the post-cache substitution mechanism.
One alternative means of caching the results of an action is to call the class that observes the results of a SQL query and invalidates when they change.