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Default Adding columns to Gridview


    I am using a dataset to capture 30 records from a stored procedure and bind it to Gridview. I have to display 30 records in the Gridview in 3 columns such that first 10 records are in column 1, next 10 records are in column 2 and next 10 records are in column 3.

Anybody please let me know how to get such a display.

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A simple solution i can think of is populating three different datatables in the same dataset with 10 records each and binding them separately to the 3 columns.

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