PartialCachingAttribute.VaryByCustom PartialCachingAttribute.VaryByCustom PartialCachingAttribute.VaryByCustom PartialCachingAttribute.VaryByCustom Property

Definition

Gets a list of custom strings that the output cache will use to vary the user control.

public:
 property System::String ^ VaryByCustom { System::String ^ get(); void set(System::String ^ value); };
public string VaryByCustom { get; set; }
member this.VaryByCustom : string with get, set
Public Property VaryByCustom As String

Property Value

The list of custom strings.

Examples

The following code example demonstrates how the PartialCachingAttribute(Int32, String, String, String) constructor can be applied to a user control. In the example, the constructor is used to indicate that the user control can be cached and to specify that the cache entry is dependent on the browser type and major version number.

// Set the PartialCachingAttribute.Duration property to
// 20 seconds and the PartialCachingAttribute.VaryByCustom
// property to browser.
[PartialCaching(20, null, null, "browser")]
public partial class ctlSelect : UserControl
' Set the PartialCachingAttribute.Duration property to
' 20 seconds and the PartialCachingAttribute.VaryByCustom
' property to browser.
<PartialCaching(20, Nothing, Nothing, "browser")> _
Public Class ctlSelect
    Inherits UserControl

Remarks

If you specify "browser" for this property, the user control will be varied by browser type and major version number. You can also use this property to extend the values that output cache varies the user control response.

Applies to