This doesn't really use the cache as well as it could be used in many scenarios, the primary one being during a period where my site isn't being updated, and the content only changes once every few days/weeks/months. Net tooling attempts to allow for these situations by having support for providers like the SQLCache Dependency you can add to your application.
But the SQL cache provider or even a Custom Cache Provider don't give you the fine grain control you really want: being able to programmatically remove page, control, action or child-action level cached pages.
Let’s say you have a resource that you automatically generate in your controller, but that creating that resource takes a long time…
will allow us to vary the cached result by a number of variables (host, action arguments, custom strings…) and supports timeouts etc, but it does not allow another piece of code somewhere in the application to say “that resource is not longer valid”.
You can disable caching page by page and you can also leverage the post-cache substitution mechanism.It consists of the following products: And their categories: And the main task is to optimize time it takes to output all of the categories and to create a new product, because they are rarely changed and frequently used.First, let us explore on a basic level what is cache in ASP. The concept of caching is straightforward and the following logic can be applied to any type of caching, such as HTML5 application caching and explicit caching in Java.Voila – a cache dependency that we can explicitly invalidate.But how can we get a reference to this in the various places that we need it?