Andrew Rosca

Andrew
Rosca

Andrew Rosca, an e-commerce architect at Nextropia, has 5 years of experience in designing and developing Web applications in an IIS and SQL Server environment. His areas of interest include performance and query optimization for .NET-, ASP-, and SQL-based applications.

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Server-Side Paging with SQL Server 1
Paging is necessary in most Web applications, but accessing a large number of records can create a bottleneck that cripples your system. This server-side paging technique that lets you access millions of records and still avoid performance problems.
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