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40424 Feb 2,2006 09:34 AM Feb 8,2006 09:10 AM ASP.NET Web Forms (Classic) 1
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vrao
Asked On February 2, 2006 09:34 AM

hello siva kumar garu thank you for ur valubule information. i have one doubt. u told the data set place in the server side. ok but data set is inmemory type database. allthe tables are imported from the server which the application is required. then dataset is disconnected from server. if dataset is serverside. the clent or browser will make a request, then network bandwidth is very high and application performence will be decresied know. if u dont mind can u explin brefley thanks in advance vrao

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Replied On February 8, 2006 09:10 AM

Hi vrao, Yes, you are right ,When there a lot records in your application obviously performance will be decreased( the download time will be more in client side) >hello siva kumar garu thank you for ur valubule information. > >i have one doubt. >u told the data set place in the server side. >ok but data set is inmemory type database. allthe tables are imported from the server which the application is required. then dataset is disconnected from server. > >if dataset is serverside. the clent or browser will make a request, then network bandwidth is very high and application performence will be decresied know. > >if u dont mind can u explin brefley > >thanks in advance >vrao

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