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Alternative to storing datatable in session in asp.net

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I understand that storing datatable in session variable in asp.net is bad since it will use a lot of server's mememory.  What's are the possible alternatives? In case my page need to display about 50 records pulled from sql server database for say 50 concurrent users.

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Hi! You can read data from database on every page request (get or post), without any caching. I guess it should not make your page too slow (you can optimize db connection, using connection pooling).
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