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count is 15 only shows 9 items though

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Trying to figure-out why the count is 15, but only 9 items are displayed...

  using (AgentFormsDataContext dc = new AgentFormsDataContext())
            {

                allForms = dc.AgentFormList_Get(AssetID, AssetSID).ToList<AgentFormList_GetResult>();
                forms = allForms.FindAll(item => item.Active == true || item.Active == null);
                formsHistory = allForms.FindAll(item => item.AcceptanceReqd == true && item.ActionDate != null);
            }

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forms count is 15 shows 9  (incorrect)
formsHistory count is 8 shows 8  (correct)

count 15 shows 9
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Question by:Tom Knowlton
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Do you have paging turned on or a max limit on the data list?
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by:Tom Knowlton
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No, but I did have a Row Data Bound event firing that was weeding out some of the items.

Problem solved.  Thanks for your time spent on this!
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