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If the view state is the data entered into the form fields then they are supposed to be available in the request parameters or request body. Then why would we need view state for?
Why is it that I see the same hash value generated when I use different algorithms for viewstate encryption. I have added below lines to the web.config file
Effectively managing user state in web applications can be a tricky balancing act of performance, scalability, maintainability and security. The security consideration is especially evident when you're managing user state stored on the client. Here's what you need to know about view state security.
MSDN Magazine July 2010
Bloated view state can be a real performance bottleneck for your Web app, but it can be difficult to diagnose. John Robbins creates a handy tool that records and reports the view state size for pages in your ASP.NET applications.
MSDN Magazine November 2007
This month marks the 11th anniversary of my column and the inauguration of a new title: C++ At Work. We're also adding a new bimonthly column, "Pure C++," by my pal Stan Lippman, one of the great C++ Masters.
MSDN Magazine February 2005
MSDN Magazine November 2004
View state is a wonderful thing. It allows the ASP.NET developer to maintain state for server-side controls that are not form elements.Used judiciously, it can improve the user experience. But in the wrong hands, it can cause your pages to grind to a halt. The release of ASP.NET 2.0 will include a variety of improvements to view state that will make it easier to use and less likely to slow performance.
MSDN Magazine October 2004
In ASP. NET pages, the view state represents the state of the page when it was last processed on the server. It's used to build a call context and retain values across two successive requests for the same page.
MSDN Magazine February 2003
can any one please explaine me about view state property, i need the basic thing, what is it actually, and why we use, wthat is the use of it. and etc etc plsssssssssssssss
Hi all. in my page_load method I call a mthod that it create some dynamic controls. one of them is an Image control that it's ImageURL property set to an URL that is saved in data base. image shows that URL but when postback ocuurs, previous image controls doesn't their image. but other controls for example TextBoxes keep text values. what should I do for keep image url property for this dynamic Images controls?
i have one method which save datatable in viewstate.
i am calling this method in
the page was every heavy,
i did tracing of page i found due to calling of method from preprnder it doubled the viewstate size
what was the reseon behind this.
What is the maximum size of view state?
I am confused about the View state in ASP.NET application. I was trying out something on a Web page, my observation was that the value which i entered on the text field on my ASP.NET web page persists after post back.
My assumption was that by default the EnableViewState is turned off for any web page. I put in the code
Page.EnableViewState = False.
But still the value of the text entered in the text field persists after post back. Why is this?
Thanks in advance
What is the difference between view state and a hidden field?
As we know that view state allows the the state of objects to be stored in hidden fields and is stored in client side. but what is the exact difffrence between a view state and a hidden field