Completed
Last Updated: 11 Sep 2015 09:39 by ADMIN
Michael
Created on: 12 Dec 2012 15:23
Category: Grid
Type: Feature Request
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RadGrid: Save settings on client using local storage.
If the user's browser supports html5 local storage, I'd like for the RadGrid to be able to save/load its settings from there for things like page size, column order, sorting, etc.  Other controls may be able to do this as well.
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5 comments
ADMIN
Genady Sergeev
Posted on: 11 Sep 2015 09:39
The issue is updated to completed because the RadPersistenceFramework already covers this scenario.
ADMIN
Rumen
Posted on: 14 Jun 2015 20:14
Thanks for replying, Michael!

The future is indeed useful, but for client-side technologies such as Kendo UI where the widgets are created and configured on the client. 

To achieve similar results and to save RadGrid settings, we suggest using the Telerik Persistent Framework.

Best regards,
Rumen

Michael
Posted on: 11 Jun 2015 13:44
I have since moved on to MVC.  I took a quick look though, and it seems reasonable to me.  It is always nice to see action on feedback, but this was submitted such a long time ago now (December 2012).
ADMIN
Rumen
Posted on: 11 Jun 2015 13:25
Hi guys,

Have you tried the capabilities provided by the Telerik Persistence Framework that already offers the ability to maintain and restore the grid settings: http://demos.telerik.com/aspnet-ajax/controls/examples/integration/persisting-grid-settings/defaultcs.aspx?product=grid

If yes, is the Persistence Framework enough for you to cover your scenarios and project requirements?

Please note that our controls are ASP.NET Server-side based controls and they are initialized and setup on the server side where the Local Storage cannot be accessed in order to set the control's settings.
ADMIN
Jeff Fritz
Posted on: 06 Mar 2013 18:51
This is a good idea, and could be implemented as part of the Persistence Framework as some sort of client-side StateStorageProvider.