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    Joe Watson Guest

    Default Application Variables

    I&#039m considering using application variables to store info about an asp application, but I am worried that I may use too much memory and affect the performance. I plan on storing 50 - 100 strings about 100 characters each. Is this too much, or better yet, at what point will users notice a difference in performance. I have a 4 processor/512MB system running NT 4.0 and IIS 4.0. Thanks!

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    Join Date
    Dec 1969

    Default RE: Application Variables

    Application variables are quite forgiving on memory, since there is only one application object no matter how many users. with that amount of info though, i&#039d say maybe you should be looking at a different type of storage option (maybe the microsoft xml objects in app scope, with your strings grabbed from the xml in application_onstart - just easier to manage)<BR><BR>jason

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