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ASP.NET 4.0 State Compression

Session state compression was always a worry in the past.  With asp.net 4.0 this feature is built into the framework.
Just modify your web.config with the following changes and you are ready to go.  Now there will be less data travelling
through the wire.

<sessionState
  mode="SqlServer"
  sqlConnectionString="data source=dbserver;Initial Catalog=aspnetstate"
  allowCustomSqlDatabase="true"
  compressionEnabled="true"
/>

Just add the "compressionEnabled="true" to sessionState config.  The compression is done by
.NET framework System.IO.Compression.GZipStream class.

 

 

Posted on Saturday, November 28, 2009 3:04 PM ASP.NET 4.0 , .NET 4 | Back to top


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