Slow Rendering Of Pages Due To User Controls?

Mar 14, 2010

How would you troubleshoot a page that is rendering slowly in ASP.NET?

This issue is happening on only specific pages with a few user controls. Other pages work fine. Tracing has clarified that the issue is happening between "Begin Render" and "End Render".

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