I try to remember this little tidbit below when speaking with most people. They will take their perceived stand but when faced with the situation they will probably bend. I include myself in this category.
that people don’t do what they say they will in many situations – has been backed up by countless later studies, although in more sophisticated fashion. The question is: why?
PsyBlog: The Attitude-Behaviour Gap: Why We Say One Thing But Do The Opposite
In a previous post, I showed you how to use the powerful Server mode feature in ASPxGridView and XtraGrid against large datasets. The response to Server mode was so good that we’ve extended the ways that you can enable it.
You can now use a LINQ provider to work with our .NET grids in Server mode. The latest release, 2008 Volume 1, introduces two new datasources to support LINQ. LinqServerModeDataSource supports the ASPxGridView and the LinqServerModeSource supports the XtraGrid. To use these datasources against either the ASPxGridView or XtraGrid, try the steps demonstrated in the short screencasts below.
The LINQ support in Server mode is bleeding-edge technology which gives you the performance gains for your projects. Check out this cool feature then let me know how you’re using LINQ and how you plan to use these new LINQ datasources.