I have a gridview that displays query results on a reporting page for a "home-grown" CRM application. From the gridview, a link can be clicked which opens a modal window that contains an iframe linked to a "details" page where record specific info can be viewed/altered. On the details page there are 10 or so dropdownlists (ddls) that are bound every time the page is called. The ddls are bound using a method similar to the example below. I am looking for a way top speed things up a bit. The details page could be called 10-20 times in one session and every time the page loads these ddls have to be bound from the same methods but for different records. What are some options for speeding up the load time for this page??
//call initial processes
//and a few more method calls for binding ddls....
private void GetModel()
string connString = ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings["processes"].ConnectionString;
string cmdString = "SELECT Model, Type + 'ÃÂ§' + CAST(ID AS NVARCHAR) + 'ÃÂ§' + Factory AS Vals FROM Machines WHERE (Active = 'True')" +
"ORDER BY Mod
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