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GridDataBound Rocks...

Hi Clay, Based on your advise i went thru the GridPerf sample and accordingly did the following modification.. updation to grid is very fast and we are quite happy with the performance... GridDataBoundGrid symbolGrid = new GridDataBoundGrid(); symbolGrid.UseListChangedEvent=true; symbolGrid.ForceUpdateAfterListChangedEvent =false; symbolGrid.OptimizeInsertRemoveCells=true; symbolGrid.VerticalThumbTrack = true; symbolGrid.Binder.EnableAddNew=false; symbolGrid.Binder.EnableEdit=false; symbolGrid.Binder.EnableRemove=false; Is there any other setting that would further boost up the performance ? the application we are working is a trading application and there is continous update happening on grid every second... even a millisecond performance jump is a bonus for us ... Thx again for your help... Regards Yogi

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AD Administrator Syncfusion Team January 7, 2005 08:56 PM UTC

Have you tried using a DataTableWrapperList to wrap your datasource (if it is a DataTable) to see if this will give you a little extra performance? The GridPerf sample has a setting for this.

JF Josh Franta August 12, 2014 10:55 PM UTC

I have a similiar trading application I'm trying to optimize for my grid databoundgrid.  

I've tried applying a datatablewrapper list to my table as in the gridperf example, but when i do this i get no columns nor rows in my table.

I've looked at the documentation for the DTWL class, but can't see there's any special usage.

Is there a requirement that I populate the table before I bind it to the wrapper?   without the wrapper, I update/reset it many times without recreating either the table object nor the grid.

any insights appreciated

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