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 i found a problem to cereate a scrollable datagrid, its headerText will remail fixed only records will be scroll. also i want to create without using paging. how can i do? please help me.
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What type of application are your creating this grid in? Windows or web forms?

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i m creating a web form with the grid. so how i can do it? please help me.
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I am afraid u cant create a scrollable data grid.

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if you want to create a scrollable datagrid you must do this:
<div style="width:100%; height:200; overflow:auto;">
<asp:datagrid id=mygrid runat=server />
</div>

it will create a sort of micro window for you. real cool!
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I am afraid that rbecke has given the best solution here; however, I would not recommend it. If you have a list of data long enough to need a scroll bar, more than likely it should be paged so the load on your server/ bandwidth is not a problem.

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CAN YOU help me regarding on, i would like to have navigation on my data grid but i dont know, how to make it. would u please help me?



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