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GridDataBoundGrid performance after periods of inactivity

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40002 Jan 23,2006 04:42 PM UTC Jan 24,2006 01:47 PM UTC WinForms 1
Tags: GridControl
Ramya Modukuri
Asked On January 23, 2006 04:42 PM UTC

I have a Winforms (.NET 1.1) application that uses the GDBG (version The application contains a TabbedMDIManager with multiple tabs, each tab displaying a GDBG with around 30-50 columns and 50-200 rows. Most of the data in the active tab is updated frequently (atleast once a second). The performance is pretty good when the user is constantly clicking around in the grid or moving between tabs. However, if there is no activity for a period of 15 minutes or more, following which the user tries to click anywhere in the grid, there is a noticeable slowness (almost 1 minute) before the grid responds to the click event. Any idea what could be causing this? Is it possible that the GDBG wants to rule the message pump when the application phases in, thus starving all the other controls in the app? Regards, Ramya

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On January 24, 2006 01:47 PM UTC

Hi Ramya, We have no other reports of this issue, and have not seen it in our many machine.Attached sample working fine here.Can you post a sample showing this problem or tell us how to see it in the Browser sample/Attached sample? Here is a sample GDBC.zip If you can provide more information, we can try to suggest some solution. Regards, Haneef


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