DataGrid/GridView Paging and Sorting Using A DataReader

Conclusion

In conclusion, we have established two very resource and memory friendly approaches in binding a DataGrid and  .NET 2.0's GridView, without sacrificing some of its more common features. Both methods discussed are quick, fast, and not to mention agile, and in the end, when judiciously used, you'll end up with some very scalable apps.

Until next time. Happy .NETing! </>

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Dimitrios Markatos

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Dimitrios, or Jimmy as his friends call him, is a .NET developer/architect who specializes in Microsoft Technologies for creating high-performance and scalable data-driven enterprise Web and des...

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