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Marietta
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Marietta asked on 26 Feb 2009, 08:24 PM

Hi,

We need to develop a data entry web application. This application won't have a complex business logic, is basically a pure data entry (Insert, Delete and Update). We have around 67 tables we need to populate. The maximum number of columns is 78 and the number of rows could be up to 50,000 approximately.

We are going to develop this web application in VS2008 and VB.Net

We have bought the RadControls and we want to evaluate the grid to do the Insert/Update/Delete (if possible) in this application.

Can you give me some suggestions in the best way to use this grid for this particular solution?

I have been reading the topic "

Client/server grid performance optimizations" but I would like to hear some suggestions from Telerik.

 

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answered on 27 Feb 2009, 07:11 AM
Hi Marietta,

I have found the following code library submission which demonstrates how to implement Excel-like Grid. It resembles entering data in an excel spreadsheet - once you click on a cell, you can enter data in it, without having to invoke the edit command in the standard way. If you scroll down, new items will be added to the control, which will also be in edit mode (inline edit mode). Go through it and see whether it applies to your scenario.
Excel-like RadGrid

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