Specific screen is very slow

Hi there,

We have  a website in which a particular page is very slow when moved to the main server. All the other pages work well which make similar database calls, so there is some some problem related to a specific screen only. Also if we run this page on our local environment then it runs fine.

The website runs on IIS 7.0 and uses ASP.Net 4.0 (c#). The database is MSSQL 2008 R2.

This screen has quite a bit of processing and various types of controls like panel, Div, grid and user controls are used to render the page.

Please see the embedded file for the website credentials as well as other details to have a look at the slow processing.

I need this fixed urgently as the website is already live and only this functionality (which is the major) one is causing issues to the customer.

Thanks in advance for your help.Website-screenshots.docx
TUS11Asked:
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rushShahCommented:
I think it will be better if you create your web application using MVC4 it is very fast and effective.
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guru_samiCommented:
Couple of things you might want to check:
1: How much time your DB query is taking. Add some time stamp on start and end of your  db call to see how long it's taking. Something like this. You can use SqlProfiler or ActivityMonitor in SqlManagement Studio for checking the performance.

2: Use FireBug in FireFox or Developer Tools in IE to see the network traffic and time taken on each request.

3: See if you can compress your response.
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TUS11Author Commented:
We have tried compressing as well as disabled viewstate which has considerably improved the performance.
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