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How to use sorting in a GridView that implements custom paging?

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I am using a GridView that implements custom paging using a LinqDataSource (see code snippet).  This is working as expected, however, my sorting is no longer working.

How do you implement sorting with custom paging?

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Mark
protected void linqDataSource_Selecting(object sender, LinqDataSourceSelectEventArgs e)
    {
        int pageSize = globalSalesGridView.PageSize;
        int pageIndex = globalSalesGridView.PageIndex;

        var query = from p in products
                    select p;

        e.Arguments.TotalRowCount = query.Count();

        e.Result = query.Skip(pageIndex * pageSize).Take(pageSize);
}

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download the attachment and add to your project:

see if this works for you.

using System.Linq.Dynamic;

protected void linqDataSource_Selecting(object sender, LinqDataSourceSelectEventArgs e)
{
	int pageSize = globalSalesGridView.PageSize;
	int pageIndex = globalSalesGridView.PageIndex;

	var query = from p in products
				select p;
	
	// assuming you have already set the SortExpression to your GridView Columns
	if (!string.IsNullOrEmpty(gridview.GridViewSortExpression))
	{
		query = query.AsQueryable().OrderBy(gridview.GridViewSortExpression + " " +  gridview.GridViewSortDirection);
	}

	e.Arguments.TotalRowCount = query.Count();

	e.Result = query.Skip(pageIndex * pageSize).Take(pageSize);
}

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