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  1. christopher
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    13 May 2009
    26 Jun 2009
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    I have been experiencing some serious performance issues and it appears that there are two uncompressed ScriptResource.axd files that are major contributors.  How can I minimize the response time and compress these files.
  2. Georgi
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    28 Oct 2016
    26 Jun 2009
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    Hi Christopher,

    I am not sure to which ScriptResource.axd files you refer to - it could be any script that you or we have. Could you be more specific please?
    If they are the AJAX framework, you can try to disable the compilation debug (seting <compulation debug="false">) in the web.config file. Then you can use the RadCompression per the instructions, and finally enable the GZIP compression in your IIS console. The last one is a server setting, rather than Sitefinty one.

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