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Last post May 03, 2012 11:48 PM by pfuerte
Mar 07, 2012 01:40 AM|LINK
Mar 22, 2012 07:52 PM|LINK
OK I give up. This is the nth time that I edited this post and it didn't get moderated.
Let's try this again, I',m editing this after a reply was made to this post. This is my
Earlier this year I created an article on Efficient Server Side Paging with the ASP.NET Gridview control. The
third edit is when I recently had to use the Repeater control with large amounts of data, and during
fourth try the only way to do this properly is to page through the data. Out of the box the Repeater control does not have
fifth edit paging. This is a scenario where you can use the PagedDataSource class. This class encapsulates the paging related properties of a data-bound control. And after the
sixth editThis article will not only show you how to create custom paging, but how to create it with performance in mind. And on the
seventh day, everything was perfect and man was created. Number
eight is my favorite. nine is the number that comes after 8. This post has been edited
ten times now..
For this example I’ll be connecting to the Northwind database. If you don’t have a copy of it, you can go here to download it.
Open Visual Studio 2008 and choose File > New > Web > ASP.NET Web Application. Add a new LINQ to SQL file to the project and connect to the Northwind database. Drag the Customers table onto the designer. This is the table that will be referenced in the examples
Mar 22, 2012 08:24 PM|LINK
Hi I'm replying to the post you are trying to edit multiple times...
Mar 26, 2012 07:05 PM|LINK
testing code insert..
if (p != null)
if (p.Title.Length > 255) p.Title = p.Title.Substring(0, 255);
This line should not have the prettyprint tag.
Apr 12, 2012 05:34 AM|LINK
testing if this post will be flagged as spam when edited multiple times....
May 03, 2012 11:48 PM|LINK
testing reply 123...