PartialCachingAttribute.Duration Property

Definition

Gets the amount of time, in seconds, that cached items should remain in the output cache.

public:
 property int Duration { int get(); };
public:
 property int Duration { int get(); void set(int value); };
public int Duration { get; }
public int Duration { get; set; }
member this.Duration : int
member this.Duration : int with get, set
Public ReadOnly Property Duration As Integer
Public Property Duration As Integer

Property Value

Int32

The amount of time, in seconds, a user control should remain in the output cache.

Examples

The following code example demonstrates how the PartialCachingAttribute(Int32) constructor can be applied to a user control. The attribute indicates that the user control can be cached and specifies a 20 second caching duration. This code example is part of a larger example provided for the PartialCachingAttribute class.

// Set the PartialCachingAttribute.Duration property to 20 seconds.
[PartialCaching(20)]
public partial class ctlMine : UserControl
' Set the PartialCachingAttribute.Duration property to 20 seconds.
<PartialCaching(20)> _
Partial Class ctlMine
    Inherits UserControl

Applies to