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Object taking too much time to load

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128442 Jan 22,2017 10:01 AM Jan 23,2017 07:56 AM Windows Forms 1
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Tags: ScheduleControl
Dario Fraschini
Asked On January 22, 2017 10:01 AM

Hello, I have a problem on loading data on the object, because I have 1000 records in 3 months and it's taking to much time when I have to do an Update.
This problem is done because the Calendar displayed on the left is asking the data provider all the records of about 3 months, and this is taking too much to load.
Why is the control asking for all that data? Just to do "Bold" character on days?
If it's the case, Is there a way I can intercept that call? I want not to do the normal search but taking only one record per day! In this way I have less data to obtain.

Since the program must be run in a multiuser environment, it will be useful to have a method to upgrade only the grid of appointments, because now, since I've read this in the forum, I am removing and re-adding the data provider to control datasource to do this update... very huge operation...

Thank you.
Dario.

Mohanraj Gunasekaran [Syncfusion]
Replied On January 23, 2017 07:56 AM

Hi Dario, 

Thanks for using Syncfusion products. 

By default, we do not have the support to change this behavior. If you want to restrict this support please create a new incident for this scenario using your direct-trac login from the below link, 


Regards, 
Mohanraj G 


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