What about, if I would like to display a dataset, which has about 10000 rows. Won’t this grid consume too much memory? And also it may take long to construct it, because every cell (10000 x ColumnCount) is created (I think) in advance. Were there been such tests anywhere? Perhaps somebody has experience about this. Is there any workaround?
Imported from legacy forums. Posted by szinkopa (had 2366 views)
In the applications we develop, we use Xceed grid to display and edit tables with tens of thousands of rows, and quite a lot of columns. If you use the right techniques, you can make it fast. In our application, it usually takes longer to transport the data from the server to the client, than it does to fill the grid. Of course it consumes a lot of memory, but I’ve noticed that the grid is very efficient.
Be sure to call grid.BeginInit() before filling the data, and grid.EndInit() after.
Imported from legacy forums. Posted by Tommy (had 202 views)