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What are all the optimization settings to increase the performance in GridGroupingControl

GridGroupingControl performance increased when large number of data used by using the following methods.

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Refer the sample from our browser sample shipped along with below location. It demonstrates performance behavior in GridGroupingControl.

 

C:\Users\ installed location \AppData\Local\Syncfusion\EssentialStudio\installed version\Windows\Grid.Grouping.Windows\Samples\Performance\Engine Optimization Demo

C:\Users\installedlocation\AppData\Local\Syncfusion\EssentialStudio\installedversion\Windows\Grid.Grouping.Windows\Samples\Performance\Grouping Performance Demo

 

Here are some suggestions for the memory foot print.

The performance of loading the data’s can improve by making the child table of the Grid to load on demand. It avoids the performance delay by loading the data’s of the child only when it is expanded or needed. 
The property UseLazyUniformChildListRelation must set to true to make the child table load on demand.

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To solve the memory footprint issue, avoid all the values to be cache. To achieve this set the CacheRecordValues as false.

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To support for groups and filtered records for large data sources, reduce the memory footprint by disabling the counters where the application is not needed.

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To reduce the auto size calculation for the column to some rows, where the performance can be increased. It can be done by providing the FirstNRecords to the ColumnsMaxLengthStrategy, and specifying the number of record in ColumnMaxLengthFirstNRecords.

 

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Article ID: Published Date: Last Revised Date: Platform: Control:
6775 05/04/2016 02/08/2017 WinForms GridGroupingControl
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