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Old May 3rd, 2004, 09:14 AM
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Default Display Data.

I got data in dataset.
I display the table using DataView.
Now as per the requirment I want some coloums of my
Data to be shown or to be Hide.
How it is possible?


 
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How are you showing the data? The display mechanism for the data will determine how you are going to show/hide columns of the data.
 
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use some controls & bind ur Data to. search DataBinding in ur MSDN.

Always:),
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