Using smart rendering works great. For now I’m using static smartrendering. However, there is one complex grid that I have that is doing a lot of row span and when I use the static smartrendering and scroll down, there is one particular row where all column data are shifted. If I disable the samrtrendering, everything is fine.
For example, I have a column that’s doing a row span of 4 then the second column has a two row span of 2 and then a third column with no row span showing 4 rows.
The rowspans will not work in smart rendering mode (they hardly usable in paging mode as well), in case of smart rendering mode, grid render only parts of dataset, while to render rowspan correctly - all involved rows must be rendered at once.