RadListView Load on Demand, Loadmore option is displaying on Largespace

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  1. Ganesh
    Ganesh avatar
    11 posts
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    Jun 2017

    Posted 28 Aug 2017 Link to this post

    I am implementing Load on Demand, I am trying to enable the LoadOnDemand after getting the data from server and Binding like Below

                        IsLoadOnDemandEnabled="{Binding IsLoadOnDemand}"

    Then I am enabling the   IsLoadOnDemand = true after the data coming from server because If I enable it initially before List  data binding this LoadMore option is showing. 

    To avoid this I am doing it dynamically. But I have below two issues

    1) In iphone this is working fine but taking huge space on bottom, like long space up and down to the Loadmore text, But it should be content wrapped

        In android working properly.

        Please make sure why this behavior is happening in iOS.

    2) Also If I enable Multi selection to this Listview the Image of check option is showing on LoadMore item also, this is not valid scenario.

        User can able to select the Loadmore option, this is wrong.

        Loadmore option must be only for load on demand purpose, it should not be selectable.


    I need these two solutions

    Please provide the solutions as soon as possible


    thank you,



  2. Stefan Nenchev
    Stefan Nenchev avatar
    607 posts

    Posted 31 Aug 2017 Link to this post

    Hello Ganesh,

    I was not able to reproduce the "Margin" around the "Load More" button on iOS. Can you please provide the XAML definition at your end? A picture or video will be appreciated as well.

    As for the combination of enabling the LoadOnDemand feature with multiple selection, indeed the undesired effect of being able to select the "Load More" button is present. I have logged this as a bug report in our Ideas & Feedback portal. You can follow it here - ListView: [iOS]Multiple Selection and LoadOnDemand enabled causes the "Load More" button to include checkbox. Please follow the item in order to subscribe for further notifications. I have added some points to your account for reporting the issue.

    Have a great rest of the week.

    Stefan Nenchev
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