1. OK. It works. You should point it out in the documentation, examples and demos. (For those, who don't know what's going on with this proxy - see here
). But it's an additional cost, alas - because it's a copy constructor.
2. You haven't understand me. The key question is: is the ResultMethod.Request mode designed for driving ObjectProvider -> ObjectView -> RadGrid directly by a WebService, i.e. by setting the name of a method from this WS (RequestName) and the name of the object container provider also from this WS (ObjectContextProviderTypeName)?
If "yes": how to construct the ObjectContextProviderTypeName value in my case?
If "no": what is the anticipated usage of ResultMethod.Request?
3. This question is valid only if the answer for the above question is: "yes". In this case we have two methods for supplying RadGrid with data from a WebService. What is the difference between them? When to use one of them and when - another one?