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Kennet
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Kennet asked on 22 May 2010, 09:47 AM
I have about 2500 rows 10 cols in my grid.

I want the grid to update (without loading all data from scratch) when I update, insert or delete a row in the database.

How do I solv this the best way? I prefere a webservice solution (so I also can use the solution in Silverlight). But if that is not possible direct connect to DB is ok (using SQL2008 Express),

I don't need sorting or grouping the data in Grid. (but could be handy in other projects...)

Any C# is welcome.  Thanks!

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Milan
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answered on 24 May 2010, 06:14 AM
Hello Kennet,

Direct connection to DB with Entity Framework would be a very good choice.  RadGridView has a very efficient data engine which will only retrieve the needed data and all data operations will be performed on the server. 

You could have a look at this blog post which demonstrated the performance of our RadGridView when bound to 2 million items.

All the best,
Milan
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