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Wolfgang Kamir
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Wolfgang Kamir asked on 10 Feb 2010, 03:42 PM
Hi dear forum members,

I just discovered the very neat feature to caching on the clientside... it's really nice to have fast paging without a postback, even if there are just a few more items than fit on one page....

My problem here is, that it does not seem to work, when I use clientside binding like so:

var tableView = clientControls.relatedDocumentsGrid.get_masterTableView();  
tableView.set_dataSource(result);  
tableView.dataBind(); 


 

So I'm calling a Webservice with ASP.NET Ajax instead of just using the <DataBinding /> Element like so:

<DataBinding Location="..." SelectMethod="..." EnableCaching="true" /> 

I don't really like declarative binding.... doing it manually gives me more freedom at times....

Is clientside caching supposed to work, when binding manually on the clientside?

Thanks for any advice!

Kind regards,
Wolfgang

 

 

 

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answered on 15 Feb 2010, 08:11 AM
Hi Wolfgang,

I'm afraid that due to the nature of client-side caching it is not designed to work  when databinding is handled manually. Therefore you should consider adding caching logic yourself.

Sincerely yours,
Rosen
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