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Default Custom GridView (maybe?)

Hello,

We have a need to have a gridview display one column with a rowspan of more than one, to group a certain field parameters together. I believe this can be done, but obviously it will require some considerable coding effort. I was wondering if it would be worth it to inherit from an existing control, or implement a new control from webcontrol.

Basically my approach was to store the lastly created row and compare the sorted field to the new row; if the same, adjust the rowspan for the sorted cell to the next incremental value.

I would appreciate any additional insight.

Thanks,

Brian


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