We are developing an industrial strength application to be used by 100+ users on the Internet specific to one company (not the general public).These people are going to be using this product for 8+ hours a day and we need it to be solid.
We would really like to use your product, however my development team has spent countless hours trying to get your controls to work 100%. Here are the parameters that cannot change on this project:
.net 2.0 (we are using Q3 controls)
sql server database
Masterpages must be used
must be able to have many controls with in one tabstrip (200+)
XP Professional on the clients
I am having troubles with the following:
rad combo box: using the "externalcallbackpage= " functionality. I find that it calls the callback page and I can debug through it but the values won't post back to the originating dropdown. If I take the exact same code out of the masterpage scenario, it works perfectly.
When I click on the column header to sort a column, the page goes away and won't return until I click on a button to do a postback. Here is my grid setup:
<radG:RadGrid ID="RadGrid1" Skin="3D" runat="server" AllowPaging="True" AllowSorting="True" GridLines="None" PageSize="10" Width="45%"><ClientSettings AllowColumnsReorder="True" ReorderColumnsOnClient="True"><Resizing AllowRowResize="True" AllowColumnResize="True"></Resizing></ClientSettings></radG:RadGrid>
I am feeding the data on page load from sql server: RadGrid1.DataSource = ud.GetServiceType();
In my testing application project I have approximately 20 rad controls. When I press F5 to go into debug mode it takes a very long time for the debug session to come up. When this application is complete, I would expect to have in excess of 1000 rad controls in it. Is there a problem with a large number of rad controls 1) in a devleopment environment? 2) in a production environment?
These are just a few of the problems we are having. Would it be better if we spoke on the telephone. Of course we have tight delivery time lines. We thought that using your controls would get us some great functionality in a quick manner. Our experience has been quite the opposite.
Your prompt reply would be greatly appreciated.