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Binding to Data

Bootstrap Grid View control can function only in bound mode. Otherwise, it will not display any data. Bootstrap Grid View can be bound to any standard data source type including: SqlDataSource, ObjectDataSource, XmlDataSource, AccessDataSource, and SiteMapDataSource.

Bootstrap Grid View also supports Database Server Mode - a data binding mode that is specifically designed to work with large data levels: more than 50,000 records. Data is loaded in small portions, and data-aware operations are performed on the server-side to provide quick access to data, even if the sorting, grouping, filtering and summary features are used.

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