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  1. Per Holmqvist
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    Posted 23 Oct 2009 Link to this post

    For the full release, I think several would love to have your example Predefined layouts changed to use "load template" instead of having 5 different listviews in a multipage.
    Prefereable have radtoolbar with 5 buttons and with ajax change the loaded template....

    I think this wil be a very common scenario on how the ListView will work...
  2. Sebastian
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    Posted 23 Oct 2009 Link to this post

    Hello Per,

    Thank you for the feedback. However, loading different predefined layouts in a single RadListView control is not possible since you cannot change the predefined layout rendering dynamically. The option is to display separate RadListView controls programmatically or statically in the multipages as it is done now.

    By the way, I believe that you were one of the people who requested this type of control most. Can you please share more feedback about the features RadListView incorporates in the public Q3 2009 Beta? Note that we will also introduce grouping feature ala MS ListView for the official release of the product.

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  4. Per Holmqvist
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    Posted 26 Oct 2009 Link to this post

    Hi Sebastian!

    Well, i think you are right that you can't change the layoutcreate template, BUT you can change the item/alternate/edit/and so on dynamicly.
    So when using <div> in floating systems, then you can get good use of the loadlist function ;)

    I sure have awaited long for this, and I really hope i can get lot of time this week to realy try it out...
    But some quick resonse...

    +
    Databinding works as expected
    Sorting was very nice feature right from the beggining, haven't tried it fully out yet though.
    Selected state, VERY very nice feature i sure would use...
    Paging, as the standard you could request
    Very easy to move over from MS listview...

    -
    No grouping, coming for the public release..
    No bind to webservice
    No client side events.

    Request
    More documentation on the RadDataPager
    Option to havethe paging Top, Bottom or BottomTop
    Option to have "all" in the pager to set the pager in "allow=no" mode. (In the paging example, having an "All" option in the dropdown. Perhaps if pagesize=0 then by default allowpaging=false

    Nevertheless, i sure will send my feedback to you continuosly, greatful for you to remember me requested it. ;)
    Of course I understand that the - and request can be solved in public release and in upcoming updates, just my feedback. ;)

    regards Pelle
  5. Sebastian
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    Posted 29 Oct 2009 Link to this post

    Hello Per,

    Thank you for sharing your thoughts with us.

    Concerning the missing features you listed:
    • Indeed the grouping feature will be added for the official Q3 2009 release of the suite - more details in this blog post
    • Client API/events will be included for the official release as well
    • Client-side binding with web services will be considered after the ASP.NET 4 release is announced by Microsoft. The reason for that is because RadListView and its template-driven object model will be dependent on the client templates that will be announced with the new major version of the framework.

    The RadDataPager documentation will be expanded for the Q3 release. Since the pager can be plugged inside or outside of the listview itself, I do not see much value in exposing Top, Bottom or TopBottom options for it. An addition to the example concerning RadListView paging with RadDataPager we are planning is configurator which to allow you to choose the pager fields that will be visualized in the pager.

    I believe that you will be pleased with the results once the final bits come out next week.

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    Sebastian
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  6. Per Holmqvist
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    Posted 29 Oct 2009 Link to this post

    Hi Sebastian!

    Thanks for your respond. I'm totally sure I will be pelased next week :D

     

    "because RadListView and its template-driven object model will be dependent on the client templates that will be announced with the new major version of the framework. "

    Do you have some link for me to read more on this, cause it seems really interresting..

    Btw, your bloglink states "along with integrated ting, paging, etc. capabilities" will this include filtering?
    If so i will have a nice example for the CodeLibrary using ListView and some other products handling membership, profile and roles. :D
    Just for earning some Telerikpointas of course ;)

  7. Sebastian
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    Posted 04 Nov 2009 Link to this post

    Hello Per,

    Detailed information about the new client templates that will be announced with the ASP.NET 4 version of the framework you can find in the resources below:

    http://www.asp.net/LEARN/whitepapers/aspnet4/default.aspx
    http://weblogs.asp.net/bleroy/archive/2008/07/30/using-client-templates-part-1.aspx

    RadListView will not support filtering internally in its first version, however you can implement filtering functionality for it as illustrated on this online demo of the product (building the respective queries manually):

    http://demos.telerik.com/aspnet-ajax/listview/examples/filtering/defaultcs.aspx

    Most probably we will introduce integrated filtering capability for the next major version of the control (Q1 2010).

    Greetings,
    Sebastian
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