Hi, I'm using VS 2008, .net 3.5
I have Wizard steps in a a Wizard control. Each step looks like a form with textboxes and dropdowns for users to complete. I don't want to lose the data as user completes each of the wizard step.
1. I'm thinking about saving user input to sql database when user clicks the next button with each wizard step but I wonder if this is wise since it would create many runs and writes to the server? If not the best way then what method should I use? I just don't want user to lose data if browser crash or for any reason.
2. Or should I use the DataBinding option in the Wizard? Would this be a better performance?
3. Another concern I have is that there are on average about 7, 8 HTML-Server CONTROLS (I added id and Runat="server" to the regular html controls) in a wizard step. If I load up all 7 steps and each step has 8 controls then is that a lot of controls? Wouldn't that affect performance easily when there are a few more users access this web app?
Maybe I shouldn't use Wizard for this then? I should just have 7 forms and each form would have Next and Prev buttons that takes users to wha
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