General

Enable View State optimization.
Choose where the View State data should be stored. Generally, memory storage type provides the highest performance but has a small capacity and is not supported in Web farm. File and database storage types provides slower performance than memory but better performance than page. By default, ASP.NET will save your View State in the page.
The amount of time in minutes to persist View State data outside of page. View State persisted outside of the page consumes storage resources and is purged when the duration has expired.
Compress the View State data when possible to improve performance.
Display debug information on the page such as the View State size.

Availability

The minimum size of the View State to be considered for optimization (e.g. you may choose to optimize pages with very large viewstate to conserve server resources). Leave blank to indicate any size will qualify to be optimized.
The maximum size of the View State to be considered for optimization (e.g. you may choose to optimize pages with moderate size View State to conserve server resources). Leave blank to indicate any size will qualify to be optimized.
Time to start optimizing View State (e.g. you may only want to optimize during off-peak periods to conserve server resources). Leave blank to indicate optimization can be performed any time.
Time to stop optimizing View State (e.g. you may only want to optimize during off-peak periods to conserve server resources). Leave blank to indicate optimization can be performed any time.
Select the pages applicable for optimization.









































Enter a regular expression to successfully match against URL to be considered for optimization. Leave blank if any URL should be optimized.