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How to Asynchronously Perform Databinding In ASP.NET

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We are having a performance problem that has been isolated to the databind event of a repeater.  The repeater code has been cleaned up to not use any Eval statements, to avoid use of reflection, but we're still having issues.  I wanted to know if there is a way to asyncrously perform databinding (the .DataBind() action).  For something like the following (which we are calling from a method that's in Page_Load when the page is not a post back):

                
               ArrayList Results = new ArrayList();
               Results.Add("Test");


                RepeaterControl.DataSource = Results;
                RepeaterControl.DataBind();

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