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application_start event called multiple times in MVC application

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 15, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
hi, In my MVC application ,I am updating my web.config at runtime through application_start event.So, ideally it should be done only when the application is started.BUT in MY mvc application the application_start event of global.asax is being called multiple times , even when i have not restarted the application. Its being repetadly called when i am calling different actions , so the webconfig is repetedly updating & making my application very very slow. Can you please let me know , what's the reason & how to handle this .   Thanks in advance gbhatnagar    

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