What is Post Cache substitution
What is Post Cache substitution?
Post cache substitution is used when we want to cache the whole page but also need
some dynamic region inside that cached page. Some examples like QuoteoftheDay,
RandomPhotos, and AdRotator etc. are examples where we can implement Post Cache
Post-cache substitution can be achieved by two means:
ć Call the new Response.WriteSubstitution method, passing it a reference to the desired substitution method callback.
ć Add a <asp:Substitution> control to the page at the desired location, and set its methodName attribute to the name of the callback method.
You can see we have a static function here GetDateToString(). We pass the response substitution callback to the WriteSubstitution method. So now when ASP.NET page framework retrieves the cached page, it automatically triggers your callback method to get the dynamic content. It then inserts your content into the cached HTML of the page. Even if your page hasn't been cached yet (for example, it's being rendered for the first time), ASP.NET still calls your callback in the same way to get the dynamic content. So you create a method that generates some dynamic content, and by doing so you guarantee that your method is always called, and its content is never cached.
Ok the above example was by using WriteSubstitution now lets try to see how we can do by using
Below is a sample code which shows how substitution control works. We have ASPX code at the right hand side and class code at the behind code at the left hand side. We need to provide the method name in the methodname attribute of the substitution control.
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