The Data Pager control's sole purpose is to render a paging interface and communicate to its corresponding List View control once the user interacts with the interface (such as choosing to move to the last page of data).
This explicit separation between the List View and Data Pager allow for a much greater degree of paging interface customization and positioning, as we will se in this article. property, which returns the total number of records being paged through.
The particular paging interface configuration - whether Next/Previous links are used, whether numeric paging options are used, the text displayed in the various buttons, and so on - are customizable through the data Web controls' properties.
While these configuration options are nice, they only allow for a small amount of customization.
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The Data Pager control can be associated with a List View to render a paging interface. NET 3.5, developers who needed to display a set of records could choose between the Grid View, Data List, and Repeater controls.
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This article, the first in a series of articles on the List View and Data Pager controls, looks at the List View's many available templates and illustrates how to display data. While page developers can use Template Fields and other tools to tweak the appearance of a Grid View, the Grid View's output will still be encased within a .
The List View control, on the other hand, does not encase its rendered output with any additional markup.