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gridview paging and sorting winth LINQ

I need pages OR CODE  where they give detail the use of paging and sorting of a gridview control.
--web application:
gvListaMrp.DataSource = olista.ListarMrp(centroId, materialId, grupoArticulo, unidadNegocio, tipoMaterial, costoEstandar, costoVariable);
            gvListaMrp.DataBind();
--layer datacces:
var query = dt.uspListarMrp(centroId, materialId, grupoArticulo, unidadNegocio, tipoMaterial, Convert.ToDecimal(costoEstandar), Convert.ToDecimal(costoVariable));
                        foreach (var i in query)
                        {
                            resultado.Add(new ListaMrp()
                            {
                                CentroId = i.CentroId.Trim(),
                                MaterialId = i.MaterialId.Trim(),
                                DescripcionMaterial = i.DescripcionMaterial.Trim().ToUpper()
                            });
                        }
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naspinskiCommented:
This video here shows a great usage of paging:
http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/2007/01/28/video-using-linq-with-asp-net-in-vs-orcas-part-1.aspx

I will also take another look at your question when I get up tomorrow morning.
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naspinskiCommented:
Using the someQuery.Take(number_of_records_per_page) is a great way to implement paging - drastically lowering your sql traffic.

For example, query.take(10) actually queries ONYL the first 10 items in that list, not querying them all and returning just the first 10.  Thisi can be very important with huge data sets.

To get to a later area in the paging, you just incorporate the Skip method:
query.Skip(100).Take(10) will skip 100 records and take 101-110, once again querying only those 10 records.  Very efficient.

something to keep in mind that will be useful for paging is:
query.Skip(0).Take(number) is the same as query.Take(number)
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enrique_aeoAuthor Commented:
Hi, this very interesting paginacion optimized that you propose, but do not understand my well, you may get an example with the code that I have put lines above. I'm start with linq
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enrique_aeoAuthor Commented:
ok
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naspinskiCommented:
not to be picky, but isn't that exactly what I was saying?
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