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renganathan
25 Feb 2013, 10:53 PM
Hi All,

when i try to access the grid which is having 1000 records in IE 8, It takes 25 to 30 seconds.


Same 1000 records when i try to access in firefox or chrome, It takes only 7 to 12 seconds.


I think problem with IE 8.


Anybody facing the same issue like this ?

Any fixes available for this issue

scottmartin
26 Feb 2013, 8:02 AM
Have you considered paging or a buffered grid?

Scott.

seanl
26 Feb 2013, 8:02 AM
Yes, IE8 does not handle this very efficiently. I would suggest either paging the results or look into using infinite scrolling. If you cannot do this then try and cut down the use of renderers if applicable or cut down the number of columns if possible.

renganathan
27 Feb 2013, 9:39 PM
Have you considered paging or a buffered grid?

Scott.


Hi Scott,

I am using pagination along with page size plugin.

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Any solution for this issue?

renganathan
27 Feb 2013, 9:41 PM
Thanks for you suggestions!

scottmartin
28 Feb 2013, 5:01 AM
Thanks for you suggestions!

Is this solved?

If not ... are you only loading 25 records at a time? You mentioned a 1000 records in your first post.

renganathan
28 Feb 2013, 5:34 AM
Is this solved?

If not ... are you only loading 25 records at a time? You mentioned a 1000 records in your first post.

In case of 25 records is working fine.

Problem with more than 500 records

scottmartin
28 Feb 2013, 5:43 AM
The entire purpose of paging to to limit the number of records. The more records, to slower it gets.. Especially in IE .. just the nature of the beast.

I would limit your page size widget to a manageable limits of < 100

Users can only see a limited amount of records on a page at once anyway .. you should set paging to the visible count.

Setting to a 500+ defeats the purpose.

If you need scrolling of that many records, then use a buffered grid.

Scott.

scottmartin
28 Feb 2013, 5:46 AM
Same 1000 records when i try to access in firefox or chrome, It takes only 7 to 12 seconds.

Also .. What versions of Chrome/FF do you use?

Are you using versions as old as IE8, or the latest versions?

Many users expect the same performance out of IE8 as they do the latest versions of Chrome/FF?

Have you tried this on IE10, or even IE9?

Scott.

renganathan
28 Feb 2013, 11:14 PM
Also .. What versions of Chrome/FF do you use?

Are you using versions as old as IE8, or the latest versions?

Many users expect the same performance out of IE8 as they do the latest versions of Chrome/FF?

Have you tried this on IE10, or even IE9?

Scott.

Firefox Version - 19.0

Chrome Version - 25.0

I am using only IE 8