Let's say I query some entities, and would like to display it in a GridView. This is the only thing I know how to do. I also would like to edit in the grid, and remove, create entities from the grid. How to do this? The LINQ I issued may result in a lot of rows. How to solve this problem efficiently with the paging integrated into the GridView?

I think this is something like a real life scenario. So please help. The best would be to create such a sample.

Thanks in advance, Otto

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asked Jan 27 '10 at 15:52

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It's clear that our samples must be improved. I'll try to code few more today & tomorrow...

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