NET ) application, chances are you are using automatic binding (mode (both with identical 10000 rows of customer data).
Even with this simple sample of a few 100 KBs of data, a noticeable difference can be seen (by visual inspection) when one tries to scroll down the grid to view more rows. NET revamp of as well as a Win Forms app used to map Ocean floors (Petrel).
I would also like to have data entry to the grid to trigger the same update.
I have tried using the binding source object, calling . Refresh(); I have tried re-fetching the data into the Data Source object and re-associating its table to the Data Grid View object. A link to an example of how-to would be much appreciated.
How the data is displayed is dictated by a property called the ).
The User Interface was mainly interested in displaying the domain types (e.g.
This way, only a small amount of data is ever to the grid – and even that only through a memory based cache.For larger sets of data, this problem grows to unacceptable response times.By default, most datagridview developers use a Display mode called In this display mode, the data in the grid is automatically bound to the data in the datasource.In addition to the speed, you also get a host of features that I like to call (which make it possible to efficiently display hierarchical data), multiple column sorts (which isn’t available out of the box in Windows Data Grid View – but can be custom built), pivot tables and more.If you are witnessing slow rendering (sluggish rendering) of your datagridview in your Win Forms (or ASP.