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DetailView.UseAsyncLoading Field

Specifies whether the IModelAsync.UseAsyncLoading property is visible in the Model Editor.

Namespace: DevExpress.ExpressApp

Assembly: DevExpress.ExpressApp.v23.1.dll

NuGet Package: DevExpress.ExpressApp


public static bool UseAsyncLoading

Field Value

Type Description

true, if the IModelAsync.UseAsyncLoading property is visible in the Model Editor; otherwise, false.


When asynchronous data loading is enabled, only the current object of a Detail View is loaded asynchronously, its associated collections are loaded in the main thread and this locks the UI. Enable this feature only if current object loading causes performance issues because of complex logic or a remote database.

The following example shows how to specify this static field to show the UseAsyncLoading property in the Model Editor.

using DevExpress.ExpressApp;
using DevExpress.ExpressApp.Win;
// ...
public partial class MySolutionWindowsFormsApplication : WinApplication {
    // ...
    public MySolutionWindowsFormsApplication() {
        DetailView.UseAsyncLoading = true;
        // ...

The Solution Wizard enables the UseAsyncLoading property in new projects. For this purpose, the wizard generates new projects with the FrameworkSettings.DefaultSettingsCompatibilityMode property set to Latest.

If DetailView.UseAsyncLoading is set to true, note the following:

Refer to the Asynchronous Data Loading topic for more information.

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