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Now I am working in finance project , most of 98% has completed, database is sql server.
But the problem is that when i open my application it is opening very slowly.

I have used session in every pages............

can you please tell me what is the cause that it is slow.

In between the 5 or 6 days we are going to host this..
Is there any problem after hosting

please explain briefly..................
thanks.
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Anuja Pawar Indore 10-Nov-11 9:07am    
There can be many reasons. Till we can see what you have used, its difficult to answer

Have a look at this.

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thatraja 10-Nov-11 13:39pm    
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If the performance problem is solely related to opening the application in your browser, it sounds like an application pool issue. .net web applications run into this issue because often the application pool hosting the application needs warming up first. Have a look at the following link, especially the sections on application pool tuning and application pool settings:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc745955.aspx[^]

Hope it helps.
 
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[no name] 10-Nov-11 12:11pm    
App Pool warmup only happens once, after the pool has been recycled or initially started. It is not the cause of continued performance issues. The cause is usually attributed to render the page on the client, internally processing or other non-application pool conditions.
thatraja 10-Nov-11 13:40pm    
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Just because you have used session state it doesn't do anything to speed up your application. In fact, heavy or inappropriate use age can have an extremely detrimental effect on performance and scalability. Since you have not shown how you are using we can't answer specifically.

Slow performance has many causes. Too many, or too large, images. Too much initial data being loaded. Slow servers or connections. There are far too many causes and you have provided far too little information.

Identify what your metrics are, what is the performance you want? Then look at each component. Is the data access a bottleneck? Is it some business logic? Is it the page loading, rendering or processing?
 
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