I need someone who is an expert in ASP.NET SQL 2005 database caching. I have 4 pages and i need to add as much caching functionality as i can. 1. [url removed, login to view] - uses Google maps to display markers, think this could be cached. 2. [url removed, login to view] - display business details, same page is used to display any business, tried to cache this myself but the first cached business was being displayed with each request to result.aspx. would be interested to see if any caching can be done. 3. [url removed, login to view], displays businesses depending on location and category e.g. search for a city then the top most matches are from the city for businesses that relate to the selected category. would love to implement any caching if i can on this page. i tried before but because the same page is used for display every category with dynamic locations i had problems with incorrect data being displayed. If you can help optimise's these pages then please big with what you think you could do to help add database caching to the asps pages. also any caching work you have done before.
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