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I have a user control that is placed on every page to provide a menu system, logout/login buttons etc. This contect varies in depending on the value of a property in the code behind file of the control. How can I cache dependant on the value of that property. TIA MattC...

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    Default Cache a user control based on a Property in the code behind.

    I have a user control that is placed on every page to provide a menu system,
    logout/login buttons etc.

    This contect varies in depending on the value of a property in the code
    behind file of the control.

    How can I cache dependant on the value of that property.

    TIA

    MattC


    MattC Guest

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    Default Re: Cache a user control based on a Property in the code behind.

    You can use output caching and use varybycontrol to base the cache on
    the value of a property of the usercontrol. Also take a look at the
    quickstarts, or any other kind of doentation, because they describe
    these kind of things very well:
    [url]http://samples.gotdotnet.com/quickstart/aspplus/doc/fragmentcaching.aspx[/url].

    Wilco Bauwer Guest

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    Default Re: Cache a user control based on a Property in the code behind.

    This only gives examples of caching based on properties in the ASPX page I
    would like to know if I can cache based on the value of a Code Behind
    Property.
    "Wilco Bauwer" <wilcob> wrote in message
    news:1109186620.680828.171100z14g2000cwz.googlegr oups.com...
    > You can use output caching and use varybycontrol to base the cache on
    > the value of a property of the usercontrol. Also take a look at the
    > quickstarts, or any other kind of doentation, because they describe
    > these kind of things very well:
    > [url]http://samples.gotdotnet.com/quickstart/aspplus/doc/fragmentcaching.aspx[/url].
    >

    MattC Guest

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    Default Re: Cache a user control based on a Property in the code behind.

    I have managed to cache based on a code behind property now but it seems to
    not work how I would expect. I have this in my control.
    <% OutputCache VaryByControl="UserType" Duration="300"%>

    in my code begind is a property:

    protected string UserType
    {
    get
    {
    if(SecurityHandler.ThisUser != null)
    _usertype =
    SecurityHandler.ThisUser.UserSecurityProfile.Secur ityProfileName;

    return _usertype;
    }
    }

    UserType will return either Admin, String.Empty, Finance, User.

    However when I visit a page it is cached but if I log out and log in as an
    account with a different usertype i get the cached copy for the previous
    user type, instead of what I expected was ASP.NET to cache a new version for
    the new type. It seems the cache the control by the page not by the value
    in the property.

    TIA

    MattC

    "MattC" <mm.com> wrote in message
    news:%23pVC8KlGFHA.3724TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl...
    > This only gives examples of caching based on properties in the ASPX page I
    > would like to know if I can cache based on the value of a Code Behind
    > Property.
    > "Wilco Bauwer" <wilcob> wrote in message
    > news:1109186620.680828.171100z14g2000cwz.googlegr oups.com...
    >> You can use output caching and use varybycontrol to base the cache on
    >> the value of a property of the usercontrol. Also take a look at the
    >> quickstarts, or any other kind of doentation, because they describe
    >> these kind of things very well:
    >> [url]http://samples.gotdotnet.com/quickstart/aspplus/doc/fragmentcaching.aspx[/url].
    >>
    >
    >

    MattC Guest

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